How can I allow users to change their password?

How can I allow users to change their password?

Titan and Cornerstone support the ability to allow users to change their own password.



  1. Go to the Connections node then the Connections Advanced tab for the server, group or user and check the option Allow change of password (SITE PSWD).

  2. The user can then use their FTP client to change their password using the "SITE PSWD" command.

  3. SITE PSWD oldpassword newpassword

  4. The user password will be modified on the server and will become effective during the next logon attempt.   


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