Self Service Password Reset with no network connectivty RRS feed

  • Question

  • I am working with an organisation that utilises both FIM and SSRPM by tools4ever. Now I want to move away from SSRPM so that we can utilise FIM a lot more (it already provides greater functionality than password reset). However the 1 key difference that apparently is holding this up is that SSRPM offers the ability to log on to a user laptop with SSRPM, without having to be logged in to the network. So we have a lot of remote users who do not always have internet access but need to get to their laptop and apparently this is a heavily used service! Is this a feature that will come in the next release of FIM or am I stuck with SSRPM?
    Tuesday, October 7, 2014 2:14 AM

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  • FIM password reset self service is designed around resetting Active Directory passwords, which are stored in Active Directory and therefore require a network connection to reset.  In addition the authentication and verification process is server side, not client side.  I think for a local user account password reset you would need to maintain the existing solution.

    Tuesday, October 7, 2014 6:58 PM