The password change policy on our appliance, 6.0R3.1 (build 12507), is backed by Active Directory which enforces company password policy. Often when users are forced to changed their passwords, they are confused and give up before working out they need Upper, Lower and numbers, at least 8 characters long.
I would like to modify the template for the change password page, to allow for a message with these requirements on it. I cannot see such an option in UI customisation or other custom pages.
Can someone point me in the right direction?
If you auth against secure LDAP instead of AD (to your AD), then you can let the normal MS password error messages pass through. That's how we got around that issue. So when someone's password is due to expire, it will give them a notice when they log in, if they don't meet the standards, it notifies them. We tried using AD in the IVE, and it didn't pass the MS error messages through. I had even had a ticket open with Juniper a couple of years ago on this.
Sign in pages can be customized but the internal pages, such as the general preferences page can't be customized.
We have used the passwordExpiration.thtml to notify users that their password is about to expire in the past, but there is no functionality to link the user from there to the PasswordChange.thtml to enable the user to change the password at that point if they so choose, seems rather silly that you would warn the user that the password is about to expire and not give them the option to do so.
Over the years I have braught this up with Juniper to no avail, the only thing they kept suggesting was to send the user to the default ive bookmarks console to do it there, well thats why I use custom pages because I do not expose the bookmark console to my users,
If any one has figured this out, please let me know,