Re: password set up
Date: Thu, 12 Aug 2004 15:04:21 -0400
Sorry... You can apply Account Policy in ANY GPO AT DOMAIN LEVEL ONLY, not
only in Default Domain Policy !!!
"Hugo" <firstname.lastname@example.org> a écrit dans le message de
> Hi !
> The only place you can configure account policy is in "Default Domain
> Policy" GPO in AD !
> "Benji" <email@example.com> a écrit dans le message de
> > I have a domain with about 80 users and I want to enforce a password
> > In the domain policy I want to set the password length to 90 days and
> > the users 5 days notice to change before being locked. Can someone tell
> > where I do that. I thought I had but users are telling me after like 15
> > they get told they have 14 days before the password expires and they
> > change it.
> > Thanks
- Re: GPO Password Policy Settings
... Sounds like you applied the account policy to the OU? ... The policy has the following settings: ... These are the only settings defined in this GPO object. ...
- Re: Password Expire
... Firstly, this is an account policy, and therefore must be configured in a ... GPO that is linked to the domain. ... matters when account policy is involved. ... and reads something like "password never expires" or something similar. ...
- Re: Disabling the Default Domain Policy
... "un-tattoo'd" when you remove the GPO. ... you'll see the effective policy. ... DC Policy and that disabling them is bad. ... If you set account policy, for example, ...
- Re: password set up
... The only place you can configure account policy is in "Default Domain ... Policy" GPO in AD! ... Hugo ...
- Re: Remote Desktop GPO
... I have already tried this policy, with a mistake when applying the GPO.... ... > Hello Hugo, ... > Enable "Allow users to connect remotely using Terminal Services" under ...