I've managed to figure out that you MUST use Kerberos to change an expired AD account. So, I looked at most of the Kerberos perl libraries, but from what I can tell, none of them offer the ability to change a Kerberos password? I'm new enough to kerberos, I could be over looking something...
So, new question, how does one change a Kerberos password within Perl?
I re-asked this question as a new SOPW post: Change a user's Kerberos Password?
I actually got a good answer, and posted an answer I got through email.
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