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I have a Windows XP Professional SP2 Laptop.I am a adminstrator.my laptop has domains.I went to gpedit.msc . i went to password policy>password complexity requirements and tried to modify it but then the options were greyed out.how do i disable the password complexity requirements ?
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Hi,
if your computer join domain have a look here:
http://www.petri.co.il/disable_password_requirement_in_win2003_domain.htm

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-psantiangeli

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