Non-trusted domain user causes mkpasswd and mkgroup to fail

Matt Seitz (matseitz)
Wed Jul 18 23:46:00 GMT 2007

From: DePriest, Jason R. [] 
> On 7/13/07, Matt Seitz (matseitz)  wrote:
> > "runas /netonly /user:machine2\userB" followed by "mkpasswd -d 
> > machine2 -u userB":  fails
> >
> If the server is stand alone, wouldn't mkpasswd -l be more 
> appropriate than mkpasswd -d?

That requires that I am able to run "mkpasswd" on the stand-alone
server.  Unfortunately, I don't have that option in this case.  If
"mkpasswd -l" allowed me to specify the name of another machine
(something like "mkpasswd -l <machine> -u <user>"), then that might be a

Matt Seitz
Manager, File System Virtualization
Cisco Systems, Inc.

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