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Integrate Password Reset with your Active Directory service

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Integrate Password Reset with your Active Directory service

When the Orchestration Add-on plugin is activated, the Password Reset application can change passwords on an Active Directory credential store. The application changes passwords by referencing an Active Directory user role with the appropriate password change privileges.

Before you begin

Role required: admin

Active Directory must have a user role with the following privileges:

Descendent User objects:
  • Reset password
  • Read/Write pwdlastset
  • Read/Write UserAccountcontrol
  • Write Account Restrictions
  • Read/Write lockouttime
  • Read MemberOf
Descendent Group objects:
  • Read Members
  • Read MemberOf

Procedure

  1. Install MID Server on a Windows computer that can connect to Active Directory.
  2. Configure the MID Server.
  3. In the ServiceNow instance, navigate to Orchestration > Credentials.
  4. Click New, complete the form with the following values for the AD credential, and then click Submit.
    Field Description
    Type Select Windows.
    User name Enter your Active Directory domain user. For example, domain\admin.
    Password Enter your Active Directory domain user password.
    Applies to Select the MID Server that is used to access the Active Directory server.

What to do next

Create a connection to the credential store as described in Configure the connection to an AD credential store.
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