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Change Default Password Expiration Duration i.e. 42 days to 90 days

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I would like to change the password expiration duration for all of my domain users to 45 days rather than the default of 42/45? Can this be done or do I have to manually change the expiration date myself every 90 days in Active Directory?

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Go to AD Users and Computers.  Right click on your domain.  Click Properties.  Click the Group Policy tab.  Edit the Default Domain Policy.  Expand Computer Configuration | Windows Settings | Security Settings | Account Policies | Password Policy and change the max pword age policy.
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That worked Great! Thanks so much

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