SSPR not working

DavidKernaghan-6299 20 Reputation points


I'm sure that others have asked and I've checked other answers and I have gone through the troubleshooter but I still need some help.

I have followed the instructions for setting up the scenario. I have set up two methods of authentication for a test group with two non-admin users that have an O365 license and our organisation has an Azure P1 license, so for that it should all be fine.

I have checked the user under our AD connect Directory Synchronisation page and the check boxes and other pages and it all the right things seem to be checked, but when I look at the effective permissions of the AD Connect user, it still says it does not have permission to reset passwords which I think is the cause of the issue. I also think I've got too many instances of the SELF user.

I've included some screenshots of the settings etc.



If someone can advise me then it would be greatly appreciated.



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Microsoft Entra ID
A Microsoft Entra identity service that provides identity management and access control capabilities. Replaces Azure Active Directory.
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