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Stop user password request ability in Office 365

Posted on 2016-09-23
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We're moving to Office 365.  Users who are using the cloud for email, etc, apparently have the ability to request a password reset. This is not how we handle this kind of request and I'd like to be able to turn that off... is it possible?

Currently we're running in a Hybrid environment with AD on -premise.
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Not quite what I'm looking for.  I don't think they can change their own password, but they can request it be changed and I get an email about it.  Our corporate policy is that the user needs to call the Help desk and provide key pieces of information to prove who they are and the HD will then change it. So, I want to be able to disable even that ability.
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Does this meet your need or answer your question? ...

http://jetzemellema.blogspot.com/2015/06/how-to-remove-change-password-link-from.html

NOTE: The ability for the user to change their password is here in the new portal.

Doesn't sound like it is an option to disable.
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Thanx
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