So far as I can see, the user can easily do it themselves, so you don't need to. Many of the threads I read were from admins who wanted to give access to a different person, which is something I think Adobe forbid. The license has to be reclaimed, then can be reassigned.
User's need to do that on their own. Each user is responsible for his password with his Adobe id. They need to go to account.adobe.com and ask for a new password. That password will be sent to their e-mail associated with the account.
ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer
I was redoing a bunch of email addresses in various SAAS portals for my users over the weekend, and nearly every single one of them allowed me, as an administrator with a dashboard, to trigger a password reset process. Also, I could edit their information, change their job titles, and - heaven forbid - even change the last names and registered email addresses of some users that have gotten married in the past few years.
None of this I can do with the Adobe portal, which isn't too surprising. I guess Adobe will catch up around 2032 or so.