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How do I configure what happens when logging into website (using Windows Integrated Security) with incorrect credentials?

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I've built an ASP.NET web application running on IIS.  It is configured in IIS to use Windows Integrated Security, and I am using Active Directory.  If I access the website using firefox it pops up a dialogue box asking for the login credentials.  After an incorrect password is supplied a couple times before supplying the correct password it does not log the user in for some period of time.  

Where can I configure how many attempts can be made to login and how long a user will be locked out for?
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obviously, it is configured in AD.
Computer configuration-->policies-->windows settings-->security settings-->account policies-->Account Lockout policy.

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