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Password Management

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A Simple Password-Checking Routine
by Brian Abernathy
Here's a simple password-checking routine that ensures that the user-entered password matches specific password criteria.
Add, Remove, or Edit Saved Passwords
by Srinath MS
Follow these steps to access the interface where you add, remove, or edit saved passwords.
Assign a Default Value to a Password Control in ASP.NET
by Prasad Haridass
Use this code to assign a default value to a password control in ASP.NET.
Masking Password Data in Non-editable Cells
by Roger Wolfe
Suppose you want to store password values in a table, but you don't want that password data to be displayed. While there are other ways to accomplish this, masking the password fields makes the logic to maintain the data easier.
Seeing Exchange Admin Permissions
by DevX Pro
We use a GG in the NT domain to assign permissions to Exchange Admin. I have added a backup person to this group, thinking that they would then have the same admin permissions as I do, the Exchange admin. Problem is, they seem to be able to see everything in Exchange Admin except for the Permissions tab on the properties page, which I do see. We run Exchange in its own domain with a trust to a master domain with all the users in the master. Any clue why these other individuals don't see all of the tabs?
Restricting Users View on Others' Mailboxes
by DevX Pro
My users are able to go to File > Open > Other User's Folder and view anyone's mail. What am I missing? I thought this was a simple setting somewhere but I can't recall. Please help. I can't give my users the ability to view the high-chieftain's e-mail! Thanks.
Blocking E-mail from Specific Address
by DevX Pro
How do I block an e-mail address from sending messages to our server? A former employee keeps sending messages from his outside account to our current employees. I have his e-mail address and I want to block his messages.
Monitoring Mailbox Contents
by DevX Pro
I have the need to monitor a mailbox. The mailbox is located on a local server, but the person accessing it is in another country. The person who needs to monitor the mailbox is also in the other country. Adding rules to Outlook is out of the question and setting an alternative recipient will not work either, because this fails to send the message to the original recipient. I need to make sure that all intended e-mail reaches the original addressee, but also goes to his manager. This also rules out setting his box up as a group. If the employee has his mail client set to delete messages from the server, then the manager will not see them.
Preventing Users from Deleting E-mail
by DevX Pro
I would like to prevent users from deleting e-mail in Outlook 97 on a Windows 95 or Windows NT workstation in combination with Exchange Server on an NT server. We use Exchange to retrieve and send e-mails and the clients use Outlook 97 on their PCs. Is there any possibility to prevent users from deleting received and sent e-mails so that this can be done only by the administrator?
Restricting Modifications to Distribution Lists
by DevX Pro
I would like to know if it is possible to restrict the ability of a user to modify the members of a distribution list (we have users who are adding and removing members of our distribution list via the Address Book).
Disallowing Users from Auto-forwarding E-mail
by DevX Pro
Is there a server-side method to disallow Exchange users from auto-forwarding to external e-mail providers for personal use, especially when they leave the company?
Making the Permissions Tab Appear
by DevX Pro
I am trying to set up delegate rights on different clients in a domain. However, when I try to pull up the Properties tab on folders on some of the machines, the Permissions tab doesn't appear. On some machines it is there. I have reinstalled Outlook logged on to a client as domain administrator, local administrator, and user and still there's no Properties tab. How can I get permissions to see the Permissions tab?
View-only Admin Permissions
by DevX Pro
Is there an NT Account Operator equivalent in Exchange?
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