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OES + iManager + password reset

To establish a possibility to set/renew passwords without the NCP-Client I check iManager and found in the NPM 'Passwords' in 'Challenge Sets' and 'Password Policys' a few options to configure.

But how I use this in e.g. GW-WebAccess, or the iManager login itself., or FiLR, Vibe, ... Is there a HowTo?

 

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Documentation shows:

You manage the policy for Password Self-Service by using one of the following:

iManager
Most of this chapter describes how to manage password self-service using iManager.
(...)

Users access the Password Self-Service features by using one of the following:

iManager 2.0.2 portal
The Password Self-Service features were removed from iManager 2.6 and later, so in order for users to use the self-service features, you must have a server running iManager 2.0.2.

wtf??

Just now there is iManager 3.1.3 or above in OES2018 ... But no documentaion about password self service ...
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Hi; I know, old post, but did you find out on how to do a password reset? Especially for "ldap services" like Filr/Vibe/Webaccess?

I still have not found anything usable in the documentation...

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