Whereas most Windows versions allow users to change their domain passwords given that the computer is a member of the same domain there are situations when this seemingly simple task becomes a serious problem that you cannot resolve without a system administrators assistance. This may happen, for instance, under Windows XP Home Edition, which does not allow users to join domains or occur in peer-to-peer networks or networks with multiple domains. All these reasons may cause serious problems when the system administrator is unavailable. Fortunately, there is a tool that quickly and efficiently solves them SynchroPass!
SynchroPass is an ultra-compact and affordable utility that enables you to change the password for the current user account on the local computer, in one or several domains and on one or multiple peer-to-peer servers all at the same time! Synchropass will also inform you about password expiration or invalidity. This software makes the creation of a secure peer-to-peer network a breeze, especially because you dont need to have administrators rights to use it. It supports Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, XP, Windows 2003 Server and above. The Windows 9X line of operating systems is not supported.
If you want to have control over your network passwords, choose SynchroPass for guaranteed 24/7 access to your network!