Account Reset Console Provides Password Resets

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<p><strong>Los Angeles &mdash; Aug. 21</strong><br />Lieberman Software&rsquo;s Account Reset Console 4.50 provides users with the ability to securely unlock their own accounts without involving IT staff or the help desk. </p><p>The new version of Account Reset Console is the first password-reset solution that can interface with the Microsoft Windows Vista credential providers, allowing it to support both Windows Vista and the latest beta versions of Windows Server 2008.<br /><br />Account Reset Console users who now find themselves locked out of their systems can access the Windows logon page (CTRL+ALT+DEL) and click the integrated &ldquo;Reset Password/Unlock&rdquo; link. </p><p>Users then respond to a set of previously established verification questions to prove their identities and unlock their accounts. Delegated users also can reset their own passwords via a secure Web site accessible from any machine.<br /><br />&ldquo;Previously, someone locked out of a system had to go to another machine or call the help desk to unlock the account,&rdquo; said Chris Stoneff, Lieberman Software product manager. &ldquo;Now that Account Reset Console lets users unlock their own accounts, there&rsquo;s less of a burden on IT to perform this task. </p><p>”By freeing up administrators to engage in more strategic initiatives and by reducing the downtime of users who cannot access their systems, Account Reset Console helps reduce the TCO of the Windows infrastructure.&rdquo;</p>

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