Password expiry notifications play a crucial role in maintaining the security posture of an organization. This alert reminds users and admins about the soon-to-be-expired passwords and asks them to reset them as soon as possible so that the accounts are always guarded against attackers. However, such notifications are often missed or taken too lightly by most of the users. But as an admin, you can make these notifications more compelling, holistic, and appealing.
ADSelfService Plus sends email notifications for password and account expiration.
Password expiry email notifications in ADSelfService Plus can be customized to suit your needs. You can decide on the frequency of notification being sent, alter its content, and also configure specific group or OU to which the notifications must be sent.
You can achieve all of this and more with ADSelfService Plus notification schedulers that allows you to create a profile for different types of email notification.
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