Error updating the password
I have an Office subscription via i Tunes that is connected to my non-microsoft email associated with my i Tunes account.
I have a separate Outlook account that i used for email and an Office365 account i use for work.
It might also tell you that the system was unable to unlock your login keychain.
That's because your login keychain is still using your old password.
This is because the settings for that email address need to be updated with the new password.
If you've forgotten your password, please see Retrieving a forgotten password instead.
Next, enter a numeric value that indicates the number of days prior to password expiration that the automatic password change process will be initiated. In the Automatic Password Change section, select the Start notifying by e-mail check box, and then enter a numeric value that indicates the number of days prior to the initiation of the automatic password change process that an e-mail notification will be sent.
Imagine a scenario where a Share Point Administrator is asked to improve security and ensure application isolation so that all web applications and services running on the farm machines are using different domain accounts (for a total of 10 accounts, used across 5 separate servers in the Share Point farm).
In this scenario with Share Point 2007, password changes required the Share Point Administrator to: In this scenario, with 10 accounts to be updated on 5 servers, there are 50 passwords that need to be updated with STSADM or through Central Administration.
Today’s entry in the “Sean’s simple question about why a KB article had not been updated leads to a lot of research and learning” post is courtesy of managed accounts and password changes with Share Point 2010.
The KB article included a sample script that could be used to automate password changes; combining the given stsadm commands into a batch script that accepted a username and password as input parameters.