Enabling Change Password in ADFS
By default, this functionality is disabled in ADFS. Change password looks just like another endpoint in ADFS and all you need to do is enable the endpoint. You can use the MMC snapin to enable this.
You can also do this via PSH using the Set-AdfsEndpoint cmdlet.
Once enabled, users can always access the change password page via https://adfs.contoso.com/adfs/portal/updatepassword/. It would look like this
Quelle: ADFS 2012 R2 now supports Password Change (not reset) across all devices – samueld
Refer to the following pieces on the Notes and Domino wiki: Cookbook: Setting up new Relying Party Trust for AD FS 2.0 Cookbook: Setting up ADFS for integrated Windows authentication (IWA) Cookbook: Setting up a new Federation on TFIM 2.0 Cookbook: Setting up a new federation on TFIM 1.1 Cookbook: Setting up a new partner on TFIM Setting up the SAML identity provider and federation (in iNotes administration) Encrypting SAML assertions Use Notes client accounts with federated login for access to externally-based services within the Notes client Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) Notes Federated Login
via IBM Supplementary information on Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) configuration combinations of IBM Domino and other products – United States.