@Leslie_Hubertus - I've put this into water cooler by mistake.
Can you move it to the technical forum please?
Gotcha covered. 🙂
23-Feb-2023 05:17 - edited 23-Feb-2023 05:31
I've achieved something similar in a recent project.
I've added a "change my password" checkbox to logon page that, when triggered, forcefully sets the password expired option and loops back onto logon page. This way user is able to change his password, password hints were put in "password update" page only modifying page options in policy tree .. (see 'General customization' in this guide, and explode your access profile)
I can share config if it helps
Thanks for the reply, i've got the same sort of process working to trigger the process.
I'll dig into that in a minute, but by pure chance a college hit the page today,.
And when this is seen i want to be adding something like
- Minimum 14 characters
- At least 1 Upper Case
-At least 1 Lower case
- At least 1 special character
- the wind has to be travelling dirtect north and you are standing on one foot.
but only when you are on this page, not at the one before it.
Will the custom part cover that?
Sure, you can edit the text for "The domain password has expired.." and include another paragraph that contains your custom text.
Can you also point em at the "password update" page or its inc file in the policy tree?
I can't find it!
23-Feb-2023 06:57 - edited 23-Feb-2023 07:00
I had to look back at it.. I have to admit it's quite hidden.
Update "user triggered change" first, and "AD password change failure" as well, to retain the info if user inputs bad password.
I've highlighted them below. NOTE -> THEY CHANGE FOR EVERY LANGUAGE.
It supports HTML formatting
<p style='font-size:1em'><font-family:'verdana'>Per soddisfare i requisiti minimi di sicurezza, la password deve:</p> <p style='font-size:0.8em'>• Deve avere una <b>lunghezza minima</b> di 8 caratteri;</p> <p style='font-size:0.8em'>• Deve essere <b>diversa dalle precedenti password</b> e non contenere <b>parti del nome utente</b>;</p> <p style='font-size:0.8em'>• Deve contenere <b>almeno 3 delle seguenti categorie</b> di caratteri: lettere maiuscole, lettere minuscole, numeri, caratteri speciali / punteggiatura..</p>
Check out the link below. Works for the standard APM theme. Should work for the modern APM theme also, with some little adjustments.