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Need do disable Password Complexity Requirements on a 2008 Server Domain Controller

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How do I disable Password Complexity Requirements on a 2008 Server Std. R2 edition Domain Controller?

When I go to Account Polices \ Password Policy, and try to disable Password Complexity Requirements, it will not let me because it is greyed out.

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