Re: Password trouble

From: Anders Olsson (anders_o2@home.se)
Date: 06/08/02


From: "Anders Olsson" <anders_o2@home.se>
Date: Sat, 8 Jun 2002 00:31:43 +0200


Check the group policy "Default Domain Policy" on the domain level. Under
(something like) Computer->Account policies->Password policy there should be
a setting named something like "complex passwords".

/a



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