Webbased Active Directory / Federated user password and recovery tool (IISADMPWD replacement)

A while ago i wrote a simple tool which allows users to reset their expired password as a replacement for IISADMPWD. The tool was created because at the time Office 365 did not have the ability to let federated users change their password. I have noticed that i was not the only one who had to deal with this problem, the tool was downloaded a number of times and i got some positive feedback. The tool was still very limited, if a user forgot his password, he still had to contact someone from IT to reset his password. Because remembering a password is one of the hardest things to do, resetting passwords for users took up to much of our time. This is why i build the Webbased Active Directory / Federated user password and recovery tool which allows users to recover their account through a reset link sent to an alternative e-mail address. On this page you can find how to install, customize and download the tool. You can see it as a self-service portal for users.

For the first version of the IISADMPWD replacement tool i have made the source code available for download.

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2 Responses to Webbased Active Directory / Federated user password and recovery tool (IISADMPWD replacement)

  1. Martin says:

    Great, but the download link links to this page itself – Unfortunately

  2. Martin Rieth says:

    Hi, i looked at the sourcecode of your former tool. And it looked so straight forward; fantastic. This is what i was looking for. I used passcore from unosquare but they do not support internetexplorer, which unfortunately our clients have to use.
    I will use your older tool, but if you have the newer one also available i would love to compile and use it for our german language clients. Your link on this page is pointing to itself and not to any further informations. Can you help and send the code to the newer version with the self-service reset included.
    Thanx in advance. Another Martin 😉

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