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Disable password expiration prompt on a Windows 2003 terminal server.

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I have a Windows 2003 terminal server in a 2003 Active Directory domain.  The terminal server is in it's own OU with a loop back GPO applied to it.  I want to disable notification of upcoming password expiration when logging on to this server.  I do not want to disable password expiration for domain users, I just don't want them to see the "Your password will expire in X days, do you want to change it now?" prompt when they log in to this server.  Basically I don't want people changing their domain password from the terminal server, as this always leads to problems with their local machine not having their new credentials.
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It's in Computer Configuration\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Local Policies\Security Options, and the setting is called "Interactive logon: Prompt user to change password before expiration."
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Thanks.  As far as I can tell, setting this to 0 won't actually disable the prompt. At least it won't prompt them until the day it expires, which may be preferred anyway.  
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Yeah, I wasn't sure whether setting it to zero would disable it or not.  Like you said, at least it won't prompt until the day of expiration.
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