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Password expired Window

When VPN client's (V4.8) password expired , they gets a pop up window asking for new pin. Is it possible to configure it to ask for new password as this creates confusion to VPN users?

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Re: Password expired Window

Open your existing remote access policy. Select "Edit Profile". Select the "Authentication" tab. Check MSCHAP V2 and check "user can change password after it expires".

Also, on the radius client properties for the ASA, the Client-Vendor needs to be Microsoft.

After you've set it all up you can test it by setting a user to must change password at next logon. If you've done it all right, the vpn client will now ask for username, password and domain. You can either enter the domain or leave it blank. The user should then be prompted to enter a new PIN/password.

If it doesn't work, check your event viewer on the ias server under system. Check the IAS events for errors

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Re: Password expired Window

I believe he was asking if you could change the text from "PIN" to "Password" in the change dialog box.

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Re: Password expired Window

Exactly,thanks for stressing this.

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Re: Password expired Window

I too would love to rename that descriptor of PIN to PASSWORD.  Anyone ever been able to do it?

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