Password expiry reminder email notification
Most people are having separate accounts for accessing Azure AD. It will be good if there is an email to remind users to change their passwords as the users may not login to their cloud accounts frequently.
Mike P. commented
We have a standalone Azure instance with several subscriptions that are used by devs. They don't find out about expired PWs until it's too late. We need some kind of native means of password expiration reminders. Please consider this feature!
This native functionality is sorely missing and would be very grateful if Microsoft can oblige by making this feature available.
Would really like to see this feature. It's causing us issues with Azure only users tha thave no O365 license
Lack of this feature is driving complexity in our IAM implementation (additional in-house built capabilities), where it would be reasonably expected to be supported by an enterprise access management solution. Please consider Microsoft.
This also goes for cloud only service accounts that don't have a mailbox, we need the password expiration notification email to go to the Alternate Email address defined for the account.
carlos porras commented
I want this as well, so customers do not place a ticket for applying work around when the machine doesn't have AZ Agent installed.
Password expiring notification to emails built-in to send a email to the primary email address of the Azure AD. Everyone gets emails, but not everyone has a windows device and can see the little popup on the bottom corner that says their Azure AD Cloud only password will expire. Give an option or make default that the users get notified via email to their primary email address.
It would be good to have message notification (i.e. on azure portal) about password expiration for an app or user i.e. "password for X will expiry in Y days".
Also it would be good to have notification that password just expired.
At the moment my application password expired in Active Directory but there was no information. Suddenly my app started throwing exception when was trying to access Azure resources. It took some time to figure out what is going on and took my app down for some time.