When you reset your IdentityNow password, the system requires you to verify your identity before making any changes. This method of verification, sometimes known as strong authentication, ensures that no one except you can reset your password.
To further protect your account, IdentityNow sets a limit on the number of times a person can attempt to use strong authentication for password resets. By default, if you or an unauthorized party were unable to verify your identity a certain number of times in a row while attempting to reset your password, IdentityNow does not allow password resets on your account for an interval defined by your administrator; contact your help desk for more information and assistance.
After that period of time, the system allows you to try again.
- Your administrator can configure both the number of allowed attempts and the period of time that password resets are locked.
- In some cases, your administrator might not allow you to change your password from off-network or from untrusted locations. If this is true, you will see an error when you click this option.
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