To restrict the users not to change the passwords for NIS users

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To restrict the users not to change the passwords for NIS users

Hi All,

How to restrict the NIS users not to change their passwords in for NIS users??
and my NIS user is unable to login to at client location what could be the problem for this ?
Any body can help me. Thanks in advance.
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Not sure what your asking. Can you please clarify?
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