We use OAuth 2 with Microsoft Azure Active Directory for single sign on. When a user logs out, we pass them to the following URL, in which we can pass a
post_logout_redirect_uri query param:
When a user tries to log in to our site, if they are not authenticated, they get directed to the Microsoft login page, and we pass a
redirect_uri parameter here as well (with some other irrelevant query parameters).
If the user clicks the forgot password link on the login page, they can use Microsoft's Self Service Password Reset to reset their password, and then they get a link to log in with their new password (seen below). Clicking that link will take them back to the login page, and after they log in, they are redirected back to our site.
However, we also send out a link for users to access the password reset page directly:
When a user follows this link, and resets their password, the
To sign in with your new password, click here. link is not displayed. Is there any way to pass in a query parameter in this URL, similar to the login and logout endpoints, to have that link show up and redirect to the value passed for that parameter?
I have tried using
post_reset_redirect_uri to no avail, and have not been able to find any documentation on this.