Thank you for all that reply my message.
I resolved my problem installing SunOS4.1.3.
Here it is my original question:
>I use NIS in my network. I have workstations with SunOS and Solaris.
>The NIS master is in the SunOS. Yesterday I use C2conv command to become
>NIS more secure. I applyied patches 100482-08 and 100564-05. I include
>Aupwdauthd and AUyppasswdd at /etc/passwd and /etc/security/passwd.adjunct.
>When a try to change a NIS user passwd I am receiving this message:
>"Changing of adjunct passwords not supported."
>When I try to change a local user passwd I am receiving this message:
>"User teste missing from password file."
>Do you know why it is happen this problem? What can I do?
>The user can be logged in, look at:
>Connected to xxxxx.
>Escape character is '^]'.
>SunOS UNIX (xxxxx)
>No directory! Logging in with home=/
>Last login: Tue Apr 20 12:54:36 from itapua
>SunOS Release 4.1.3_U1 (GENERIC) #2: Thu Jan 20 15:49:16 PST 1994
>You have mail.
>Type dtterm unknown
>But, when I try to change password I receive the error.
>The login name exist in passwd and passwd.adjunct files:
>xxxx# ypcat passwd |grep user
>xxxx# ypcat passwd.adjunct.byname |grep user
>xxxx# passwd user
>Changing password for user
>New password (? for help):
>New password (again):
>Changing of adjunct passwords not supported.
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