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Default Change passwords in another workgroup

In all the help files and articles on microsoft.com, there's no really good way to change passwords.

What I'm looking for is this:
Access is opened in the default system.mdw workgroup, therefore not asking the user for username and password.
I want them to be able to change their password in a different workgroup.

So what I'm guessing it would need to do would be to open a workspace, based on the username and password specified in two textboxes on a form, and then change the password.

Does anyone know how I can do this?


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