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Exchange 2010 customize "user required to change password" form

I have followed instructions on customizing changepassword.aspx, but that is specifically for the "Change password" option from the user's mailbox.

I am looking to customize the "logon page" when the user is *REQUIRED* to change their password - e.g., when "User must change password at next logon" is checked in AD.

I can't find anything on customizing the page.  I'd like to have the same text on both pages "Your password must be 8 characters and complex..."
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Manpreet SIngh KhatraSolutions Architect, Project LeadCommented:
Microsoft Outlook Web Access 2007 - Add Some Guideline Text To The Change Password Page
http://www.leederbyshire.com/Articles/OWA-Change-Password-Page-Guidelines-Exchange-2007.asp

Check if this is what your looking for

- Rancy
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LeeDerbyshireCommented:
Ah, I think you want the expiredpassword.aspx file in the Owa\auth folder. You may be able to work out for yourself where to put the text, but when I get some time, I'll write something up for it.
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LeeDerbyshireCommented:
Okay, I added the relevant bits to my original article. Didn't take as long as I thought.
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snowdog_2112Author Commented:
I have figured it out - the "change password" is a different page depending on whether the user is changing their password from the "options" link on their mailbox or they are forced at the logon screen *BEFORE* accessing their mailbox.

The page for the "pre-logon" change is in the one you mention.

I changed that and it works like a champ!
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snowdog_2112Author Commented:
Perfect - I had searched the world over and found a ton of articles on the self-service password change, but not the "expiredpassword.aspx" you mention.

Thanks!
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