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    Can't logon when AD requests a password change


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    HAP+ doesn't support that

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    Sorry Nick, clicked enter before I typed the message but thanks for clearing that up.

    Is there any way it could ignore the request from AD and let the user in as the password technically hasn't expired?

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    @nickbro

    Would it be possible to ask for this as a feature request? or is it not possible to implement this kind of feature?

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    I don't think I can get it to work, because AD doesn't authenticate if a password change is needed

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    Ahh right, I thought that might be the case. If a solution to this ever crops up it would be a great addition to HAP+, thanks Nick, as always.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickbro View Post
    I don't think I can get it to work, because AD doesn't authenticate if a password change is needed
    Are you sure? Other web based apps we use support it.

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    Pretty sure even Exchange 2010 OWA doesn't support it, so I'd love to hear what you're using that does!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngryTechnician View Post
    Pretty sure even Exchange 2010 OWA doesn't support it, so I'd love to hear what you're using that does!
    See here, specifically under Enable Users To Change Password - Configuring the Change Password Feature in Outlook Web App: Exchange 2010 Help

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    That's Outlook, which is different. I will look into it, but I can't promise anything.

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    Moodle does it in new versions i think. Our Sonicwall SSL VPN also does it.

    Anyway I will stay out of this

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