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Domain Controller Account Policy

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We have applied Password Policy on Domain Level. But when we log into (as domain administrator) Domain Controller and run RSOP on that Domain Controller we are unable to see the Account Policies which has been configured. But if we run "Net Accounts" the information comes up fine.Please explain.
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by:nipponsoul
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RSOP results against the PCs showing local settings only even though the PCs are logging into the domain. That's why you see different results with Net Accounts.
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by:Chev_PCN
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@NipponSoul: Not quite - the whole point of RSOP is to show the end result of policies applied to a machine, user, or machine/user combination. It will show both local and AD policies.
The RSOP may not show the GPO settings under your test conditions as the GPO may not apply to either the domain admin or DC.
At what level is this policy?
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by:Premkumar Yogeswaran
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Hi,

In the group policy setting make sure the "domain admin" not applied with deny permission in "Apply group policy"

http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles_tutorials/Group-Policy-Security-Filtering.html

Check this link for GP security ffiltering..!

Regards,
Prem
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Password Policy has been applied at Domain Level.
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