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How to Disable password complexity requirements in ADS 2003 server

Posted on 2009-04-03
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Hi

How to Disable password complexity requirements in 2003 server by Group policy editor.
Please check the attachment file and let me know how to proceed.

Thank you
Regards
Suresh prasanna
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It needs to be configured (or unconfigured) in the Default Domain Policy.
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To switch it offf you need to set its as "disabled"
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Note - it has to be switched on or off for the whole domain.
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yeah, your screen capture is show probably a memeber machine and not a policy from the domain.
As the above experts indicated, you have to disable in the domain level.

But why do you want to do such thing? If you disable it, you are putting your self back int he day of older than NT4 without the complexity password policy of the dll filter applied.

Without the complexity password, you password can be listed easily by many software.....
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