We have created an endpoint for Office365 and we are unable to create accounts for users that have more than 16 characters in the password.
The maximum length for Azure AD / Office365 passwords was 16 characters. Now it's been expanded to 256 characters. Microsoft made the change in response to popular requests, also known as "user voice" requests around June/July of 2019. This change has not yet made its way into the IDM connector.
Release : 14.X
Component : CA Identity Suite (VIRTUAL APPLIANCE)
Component : CA Identity Manager
There are two ways that you can modify the MaxLength of the password field:
Open Connector Xpress, Add Your Provisioning Server on the top right > Drilldown on the Provisioning Server Connection > IM > Endpoint Types > Office 365
Right Click on Office 365 then select Edit MetaData
Drilldown on Office 365 > Classes > eTDYNAccount > Properties > eTPassword > Metadata
Locate and double click on 'maxLength'
Modify the value from 16 to your desired length according to your business use case. (Note: Max length on the endpoint is 256)
Connect to your Provisioning LDAP directory via ldap browser:
Host: Provisioning Server Host Name
UserDN: eTGlobalUserName=YOURADMIN,eTGlobalUserContainerName=Global Users,eTNamespaceName=CommonObjects,dc=im,dc=eta
Please note that any upgrades in the future WILL overwrite these configurations and you WILL need to reconfigure your metadata if our development team doesn't update the maxLength value in a future release.
These changes will be the responsibility of the system administrator to maintain through patches.