OK, I assume I'm missing something obvious, but I can't see it, so I've got to ask...
As administrator, I create an account for a new user, and check "notify user of new account". An email is sent with a link to a "one time login".
Click on the link, access the site through that link, a message appears suggesting the user changes their password.
First issue - for many inexperienced web users, it isn't necessarily obvious that they will need to click on the "My Account" link, then choose the "Edit" tab in order to get to the page where their password may be changed. Is it possible to set my site to go directly to that page after using a "one time login" link?
Second issue - this new user hasn't been told a password. They have in fact been told to change their password ASAP. But if they get to the page where they can do so, they are required to enter the current password that they don't have... How in the heck is this supposed to work?
Like I said, I assume I'm missing something blindingly obvious. But I am definitely missing it - please help!