OK, what have I done wrong?
I recently set up NIS+, and have already had the occasion to change a user's
password for them. According to the man pages, the NIS+ FAQ, and _All About
Administering NIS+_, root can change a user's login password and Secure RPC
passwd simply by invoking nispasswd (now just passwd on Solaris 2.5). But
when I have done this, I get a message from passwd telling me that the
SecurRPC password was not changed, and the user needs to run chkey -p on
their next login. Of course, I can change their Secure RPC password, too,
with nisaddcred, but this isn't how it supposed to work. What might have
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