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For ERP LN feature pack upgrade, what method of install are you using?
Installation Wizard into existing VRC
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Manual into existing VRC
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Old 4th March 2015, 09:08
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Hello everyone,

I have given session ttstpchangepw to users through DEM, but when they are starting the session, they are getting error message "No Authorization to change password".

Can anybody guide me how to resolve this ?

Vishal
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Hi,

Do your users have Administrator rights for the Server?

This issue might be due to an underlying windows function NetUserChangePassword()" that cannot be used for Non-Admin users.
The Windows Password can only be changed when the user is an Administrator using the specific windows API.
The only way a non-Admin user can change his password is using the standard Windows method by pressing Ctrl-Alt-Delete and go to the Change Password option presented using the normal windows dialogue.

Note - I am assuming you have Windows OS at Server.

Other way what you can try is -

Go to command prompt on your server - > Go to the path for $BSE\bin - > And try following commands

1) fillenv
2) badmin -p -chkpwd username

Check what it returns. If it says, "Aging is turned off". you need to turn on the Aging mask form LN.
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Hi,

Do your users have Administrator rights for the Server?

This issue might be due to an underlying windows function NetUserChangePassword()" that cannot be used for Non-Admin users.
The Windows Password can only be changed when the user is an Administrator using the specific windows API.
The only way a non-Admin user can change his password is using the standard Windows method by pressing Ctrl-Alt-Delete and go to the Change Password option presented using the normal windows dialogue.

Note - I am assuming you have Windows OS at Server.

Other way what you can try is -

Go to command prompt on your server - > Go to the path for $BSE\bin - > And try following commands

1) fillenv
2) badmin -p -chkpwd username

Check what it returns. If it says, "Aging is turned off". you need to turn on the Aging mask form LN.
Hello Bhushanbhai,

I checked this and it returns below message. Does it mean normal can change password ?

"Your password can be changed within 421D 3H 8M 3S.
36385683"

Vishal
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First you should login as user root
GO to $BSE/bin
Use command " chown root badmin6.2"
" chmod u+s badmin6.2"

Things Done.

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