I’m trying to implement Nexcloud Outlook Add-in in Windows Active Directory with Microsoft Outlook 2013. I want to be zero-touch for our customers.
- I install Nextcloud Add-in MSI through GPO installation
- I create in advance this registry by GPO preference for each user:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ NextcloudOutlookFE
URL = https://mysite.com
Username =% username%
It works well and the user has to enter only the password. Problems come when users change their AD account password.
Nextcloud Outlook Add-in does not immediately understand that the password has been changed. The users get in the Nextcloud server balck list for a brute force attack and the AD account get locked.
How the add-in understands that the password has been changed? Is there a way to avoid this password issue or a better implementetion for Active Directory integration? Does anyone have a similar problem?