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Posted on 2008-06-20
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What do I have to do to enable my local Password Policy and will it override what the domain is set up as?


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Tom
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Can't happen.  Domain policy will override the local no matter what.
You can remove it from the domain and then you will be able to do it.
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Question is: what type of accounts should the policy be setup for?
For domain accounts: only the policy that is setup for the domain controller will become effective because the domain passwords are stored on the dc.
For local accounts: make sure the other pw policy is not in effect for your local computer (it does not need to, just on the dc!) and setup a local policy.
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