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I have a large group of AD users and I need to provide them with a method for changing their own password in case they forget them. I am looking a third party self password reset application to enable users to change password and unlock them. Is there any secure way of doing this?


migration rejected from Aug 7 '15 at 3:34

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closed as off-topic by Michael Hampton Aug 7 '15 at 3:34

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There are so many third party tools such as ManageEngine SelfServicePlus, AdSysNet Password Manager, Netwrix Password Manager available for self service password reset