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Resetting passwords on Azure AD-joined devices is much easier with the latest Windows update

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Today we’re announcing a feature that should make your users’ lives much easier. With the new Windows 10 Fall Creators update, users with Azure AD-joined (AADJ) devices can now see a “Reset password” link on their lock screen to reset their passwords.

 

 

The new Windows 10 Fall Creators update allows users with Azure AD-joined (AADJ) devices to see a “Reset password” link on their lock screen. When they click this link, they will be brought to the same self-service password reset (SSPR) experience they see when signing in from a browser.

 

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Read about it in the Enterprise Mobility & Security blog.

1 Reply

This is absolutely brilliant!! Really wish this supported Hybrid-joined (Azure AD + traditional AD-joined) devices.  I heard on Twitter that this is anticipated to be supported in the next major Windows 10 release, Spring 2018. 

 

Hoping to see it sooner than that, but this is great either way!

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