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OWA PASSWORD Expiration notification

Posted on 2008-06-26
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Good morning,

Currently external users can change their password by OWA 2007

Only when we check in Active directory "user must change password next login" or that we pursue a policy expiration in AD.

The user enters his password and to obtain results

The user name or password you entered is not valid. Try typing again.


in IIS "passwordchangeflags to the value 6.

I have tried to apply IISADMPWD through http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb684904 (EXCHG.80). Aspx

once passwordchangeflags 0.

Exchange owa I see a 403 or 404 when a user must change his password the next session.

If unchecks owa opens normally as before there was an error in identification.

How to view in 2007 that the user must change his password as well as notifications?
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Unfortunately Microsoft does not have that option. If you ser user must change password next logon, the user will never be able to login through OWA, he/she must logonthe network to change the pasword. But you can set the password age, let's say for 3 months, then your users will receive a message about the password change when they logon to OWA and they will be able to change it through OWA if everything is setup properly.
As i said, if you choose user must change password the next logon, it will not work.
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