DS and RFC 3062 Password Modify extension

I tried to use Samba ( 3.0.10 ) and Sun DS ( 5.1 and 5.2 ) to
work together, but Sumba needs Password Modify extension
for some password change purposed induced by win clients.
Here is problem, because none of Sun DS's doesnt support this
extension. Is possible to patch or update DS's to enable this
extension based on RFC 3062 ?

Idealx smb ldap tools works well, but if I use "smbpasswd"
it tells me that "password change extension isnt supported by
server". I have look into samba's source code and there is
strict requirement of password change extension
( oid = ). Smbpasswd loops over extensions
supported by server and if doesn't find above extension it
exited prematurely.

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