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  • Well, this was my solution. It’s not perfect, since it still allows all users to do a “forgot password” and change password on their profile, but a saml login will reset the password the next time the user logs properly via sso anyway.

    I created two different login links which I put as buttons on my blogs:

    SSOLogin:  http://mysite.com/wp-login.php?saml=yes&redirect_to=/
    Wordpress Login: https://mysite.com/wp-login.php?redirect_to=%2F

    Then I modified the plugin:

    if (!empty($_GET['saml']) && $_GET['saml'] == 'yes') {
      add_filter('authenticate', array('SimpleSAMLAuthenticator', 'authenticate'), 10, 2);
      add_action('wp_logout', array('SimpleSAMLAuthenticator', 'logout'));
     add_action('wp_logout',create_function('','wp_redirect(home_url());exit();'));
    } else {
      remove_all_filters('authenticate');
      add_filter('authenticate', 'wp_authenticate_username_password', 10, 3);
    }
    //add_action('lost_password', array('SimpleSAMLAuthenticator', 'disable_function'));
    //add_action('retrieve_password', array('SimpleSAMLAuthenticator', 'disable_function'));
    //add_action('password_reset',array('SimpleSAMLAuthenticator', 'disable_function'));
    //add_filter('show_password_fields', array('SimpleSAMLAuthenticator', 'show_password_fields'));
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