Allow the admin to provide customized instructions for assistance with password reset
Allow the admin for a domain to provide customized instructions that are presented when a user reaches one of the account recovery screens that currently either only allows them to use Azure SSPR or tells them they can send an email to their tenant administrator (who is not likely to be the person who actually handles end-user password reset requests). We use a third party SSPR product. It would not be hard for Microsoft to provide a way to give custom feedback--they have to collect the user's sign-in and do a lookup against their tenant and account status with regards to Azure SSPR anyway. It simply confuses our users being told they are not enabled for self-service password reset. Why should Microsoft punish our users and IT staff for not using Microsoft's SSPR at this time?
Mike Haney commented
I completely agree with Braden. We have over 4000 users in our tenancy and the cost to purchase Azure AD Premium P1 is quite high, and certainly isn't warranted just to get rid of license error message it shows our users.
I am also requesting that MS allow us to customize the "licensing error" message that is shown when an on-prem user (with sync'ed passwords) tries to reset their password or use password recovery within the O365 portal.