How to hide change password form for users connected via read-only Active Directory users?

We have Confluence connected to a Crowd directory that is coupled to ActiveDirectory for authentication only (i.e. it's a read-only connection to AD).

Users of this directory are trying to change their password using the Confluence password form, and this results in a null pointer exception.

Is it possible to hide the change password form for these users?

We have another internal Crowd directory which is read/write, and for its users the change-password form should not be hidden in Confluence.

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You may change Jira template inits guts.

Remember to copy that, each time Jira is updated.

here it is Jira login JSP template (in this case jira is installed in /srv/jira/):

/srv/jira/atlassian-jira/includes/loginform.jsp

You may check this out too:

/srv/jira/atlassian-jira/secure/views/user/changepassword.jsp

/srv/jira/atlassian-jira/views/resetpassword.jsp

To clarify, I'm looking for a way to do this in Confluence and not JIRA. I'd like Confluence to detect that the ActiveDirectory authenticated user is connected to a read-only user-directory and display an appropriate message while allowing regular (read-write user directory) users change their password.

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We need this also. It actually seems like a bug in Confluence. When will it be addressed?

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