This was a change in DLP11 vs DLP9, rather than ePO version as we've noticed the same & still on epo 5.3.1.
The 'get password from policy' option is what you need to use now, and it asks for a policy revision number (which the user can tell you from their end). But keep in mind, if you've never changed this password in the policy, leaving it as revision 1 will work too (which is what we've been doing).
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