troubleshooting Question

"The Password Cannot Be Changed at This Time" Error Message When You Try to Change a User's Password

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Windows Server 2003Active DirectoryWindows Server 2008
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Earlier in the default domain policy I had complex password enabled and minimum to 1.. now I have changed all that based on this article
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/273004

 i have users still with the issue that they can't change the password because of complex passwords required and more then 6 characters. I have done a gpudate on the machines and still no luck. Any suggestions why its still trying to use the old default domain policy when it has it been modified?
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