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Creating a user in Active directory

Posted on 2004-04-22
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I installled and configurate the active directory and DHCP and DNS in windows 2003 server but after that when I wanna creat a user I got an error message that password doesn`t meet the security cause of complexity or password lenght..
i configure all security option in consol and snap in but got a same error
please help me what can I do
it is driving me in mad
regards
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You need to start with a password that is more than 8 characters, a combination of upper and lower case, and at least one number. To use a simpler password, you have to go into the local domain settings and disable the password settings. An example of a good password would be: 4ExpertExchange!
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