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Windows 2008 r2 Foundadtion - Need to change pw update frequency

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One of my clients has a five user Win 2008 r2 Foundations server and Win 7 clients.  They want me to stop it from requiring the passwords be reset every xx days.

I hardly work with servers this small. Can you tell me exactly where I find this setting? Are they multiple spots to check?
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Thanks, I'll be there tomorrow any will try it.
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I haven't been there yet but should get there this week. Sorry for the delay in responding.
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