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Oct 18, 2019 SSL VPN users prompted to change password at every login When users try to connect to SSL VPN using NetExtender, after entering the credentials they are prompted to change the password. This is repeated at the next login attempt. The option, Apply password constraints for all local users, is unchecked. Force change password SSL VPN users | Fortinet Technical Dec 07, 2017
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User changes their password There is a Personal level Access Right that allows users to change their own password. If a user has this permission they will see a Change Password page when they login to the SSL VPN. Selecting this page will prompt the user to provide their current password and the new password. Link to this page: How to change server / protocol in FastestVPN Windows / Mac app. Click on the menu button at the top left side and click on “Locations” to change server/ location, while click on “Settings” to change VPN protocol. Maybe I'm missing something, but if they change their password after connecting to the VPN, it should work fine. EDIT: Ok, how about this for a workaround: The only reason I can think of for having a policy that prevents users from changing their passwords is to ensure that the sysadmins always know all passwords. When users try to connect to SSL VPN using NetExtender, after entering the credentials they are prompted to change the password. This is repeated at the next login attempt. The option, Apply password constraints for all local users, is unchecked. For years, we've allowed users to change their AD passwords within the VPN. However, when Active Directory sends out the standard 14 day notification that your password is going to expire, it doesn't pass-thru the VPN to the end user. The account simply locks out and they perceive some sort of probl Jul 23, 2018 · Give the system 2-3 minutes to synchronize your new password before you retry with your new VPN password. 7. Press the Log Out button in the top right corner.