Support » Plugin: Authorizer » Suggestion: disable change password option when users are login by LDAP

  • Resolved azamora13

    (@azamora13)


    When users login by LDAP from Authorizer plugin, WordPress allows change the user password. After, the users can be login in WordPress using the two passwords (the LDAP default password and the new password established in WordPress).

    My suggestion is: if possible disable the change password option when users are login by Authorizer using LDAP?

    Thanks.

    • This topic was modified 4 months, 3 weeks ago by azamora13.
    • This topic was modified 4 months, 3 weeks ago by azamora13.
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  • Plugin Author Paul Ryan

    (@figureone)

    Dashboard > Authorizer > Advanced > Disable WordPress logins should get you what you need.

    Dashboard > Authorizer > External Service > Custom lost password URL also allows you to rewrite the link on the login form to point to another endpoint you may have with instructions on changing LDAP passwords.

    Dashboard > Authorizer > Advanced > Disable WordPress logins should get you what you need.

    The problem is when the LDAP service are not available, any user can’t login in WordPress.

    Dashboard > Authorizer > External Service > Custom lost password URL

    This option is configured and i works.

    • This reply was modified 4 months, 3 weeks ago by azamora13.
    Plugin Author Paul Ryan

    (@figureone)

    The problem is when the LDAP service are not available, any user can’t login in WordPress.

    My suggestion is: if possible disable the change password option when users are login by Authorizer using LDAP?

    Don’t those two things conflict? If you disable the ability for users to change their password, then they can’t get into their WordPress accounts when LDAP is unavailable.

    • This reply was modified 4 months, 3 weeks ago by Paul Ryan.

    Don’t those two things conflict? If you disable the ability for users to change their password, then they can’t get into their WordPress accounts when LDAP is unavailable.

    This is correct. Actually, when the LDAP server not available, the users can’t login into WordPress. In other applications, is not possible change the password when the access is from LDAP.

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