By default, the “Change Password” menu will present the user with a dialog box to change their password via Kerberos. However, that doesn’t have to be the case; since many organizations use third-party tools or web-based solutions to keep track of password changes instead of just Active Directory, NoMAD allows for a variety of options:
ChangePasswordTypedetermines the type of action. Currently,
Kerberoswill change the password in the standard way. This is the default action if nothing is specified in the preferences.
URLwill open the specified URL in the user’s default browser, and
Appwill launch whatever path you have specified. Both of these options are essentially issuing an
opencommand followed by either the URL or path.
Taskis a bit more complicated; it will run whatever CLI command or script you want. This makes it very easy to launch scripts that manage a more complicated password change process..
GetHelpOptions determines the payload for
URL, simply put in an http:// or https:// url. For
App, put in the full path for an app or other executable you want to launch. For
Task, put in the CLI task that you would like to execute. Keep in mind that there are no options for the