Third party-tools that allow Office 365/AD synced users to change their Office 365 passwords

An organization I consult for won't pay for any more Office 365 features so I am looking for third party solutions that will allow remote Office 365 users to change their Office 365 passwords in an environment where Active Directory and Office 365 are fully synchronized.

What are some third party-tools that allow will Office 365 users to change their Office 365 passwords within an Active Directory/Office 365 synchronized environment that doesn't have Azure AD Premium or AD FS enabled?
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I do not believe it is possible, the o365 is proxying the requests for authentication to the ADFS system of the organization.  If that were possible, it will create a situation where some user's passwords are synced while others are not?

Not sure O365 offers the reverse meaning you request to change your password while in O365 and it sends the request to the ADFS system for processing. if it is accepted, the password is changed, if not the change request is rejected.

someone else took the time to respond to a similar question/s...
Though further, there is a change you can make on the customer's ADFS configuration to possibly avail the user to update their password when it is about to expire.....

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Arnold is right. Now what might make more sense is if you had a self service tool for AD itself.
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Paul SolovyovskySenior IT AdvisorCommented:
Manage Engine can be configured to reset the user password on prem and then it will replicate to Azure AD

Otherwise Azure AD Premium P1 I believe does the self service and unlock
Allen FalconCEO & Pragmatic EvangelistCommented:
Some SSO tools might let you do this, as might JumpCloud.  These solutions, however, cost money.
Presuming that AADC is being used to sync passwords to O365, any method of changing user passwords for the on-site AD can be used.

There are some free self service password reset applications
Jian An LimSolutions ArchitectCommented:
alternativeway is to use RDgateway, though it only work on 2012. you can try on 2012 r2
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