Custom Change Password Link/Redirect/Message on myaccount.Microsoft.com

ThatSecurityGuy 26 Reputation points
2023-10-25T03:24:12.4633333+00:00

Hello,

I only found a page referencing the login page and not this specifically. Is there a way to setup a custom Link/Redirect/Message on myaccount.Microsoft.com for the Change Password option? Users can still get here still because their token is active and allows them in, which is a separate concern/issue.

We federate to Microsoft through a 3rd Party Identity provider and do not have password writeback enabled. We'd like to redirect users to a custom password URL/Link or have a custom message when their password expires instead of the generic: "You can’t change your password here. Your organization doesn’t allow you to change your password on this site. Please change your password according to the method recommended by your organization, or ask your admin if you need help."

Is there any way to setup the change password to point to some other URL or service, GSuite has this capability to set the change password options to a 3rd party/non-Google URL but I can't see to find an obvious similar option in the Azure Portal. Is this something that just doesn't exist or has to be set with PowerShell?

This is a QoL feature for InTune redirecting you to this page by default and other messages when your password expires.

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  1. Givary-MSFT 29,681 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2023-10-30T09:03:01.0466667+00:00

    @ThatSecurityGuy Apologies for the delayed response, As I understand you are looking to have custom url/change the default message (as you mentioned in your query) when the user's password expires.

    As far I know/aware, this is by design and cannot be customized.

    Would recommend to share your feedback over here - https://feedback.azure.com/d365community/search/?q=custom+url+password+change which is closely monitored by our product team who can consider your request and work on it.

    Let me know if you have any further questions, feel free to post back.

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