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I need to confirm password reset policies in WIndows 2008 Active Directory

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We have windows 2008 active directory domain level and I need to confirm the following info;

Number of failed logon attempts before lockout
Days before required password change
Number of minutes or time before account is automatically reset after lock out

Could someone point me in the right direction??
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Question by:Thor2923
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look at your default GPO. This is normally where this information is applied. If there is no GPO for this then the setting isn't being applied.
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