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    Joe Corley commented  · 

    I like the addition of being able to simply unlock your account using the SSPR tool without having to perform a full reset. However this addition has caused some confusion for out employees. There are now two questions asked: “I forgot my password” and “I know my password, but still can’t sign in”. Our employees are saying "I know my password and just want to change it." I know changing their password is not really a reset type function, but providing this third option that links to https://account.activedirectory.windowsazure.com/ChangePassword.aspx would help eliminate this confusion. We have a multi domain environment and we are in the middle of combining them and currently we have a number of users that cannot use CTRL+ALT+DELETE to change their password from a windows machine. This third option will be of great help to us.

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