Different password policys?

From: Jerry Haugeto (jerry.haugeto@got.sema.se)
Date: 07/01/02

From: "Jerry Haugeto" <jerry.haugeto@got.sema.se>
Date: Mon, 1 Jul 2002 16:19:41 +0200

Hi guys!

I've been reading about having different password policys in one domain is
a problem because it's a domain wide setting.

But I've also read that if a Group Policy is set at an OU, then it should
carry out those settings?

I've tried this and have some problems....

I've setup an OU with a different password policy than the Default domain
policy, the policy also
blocks and uses no override against other policys.

In this OU I've placed the computer account of the workstation that I'm
testing this on, everything is synched and ok.

The idea is that I want the users to be able to change the passwords back to
the one they had before.
In order to do this I've set Passwordhistory:0, Minimum password age:0.

If I look at the local policy on the machine I can see that those values are
the one's considered 'effective' on the machine.
I can also see that the computer reads the specified policy and not the
domain policy through gpresult.exe.

But still I can't change the password back to the same as last time, it
says: at least one password is rememberd....


Should'nt this work?


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