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Windows 2012 blank passwords

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Installed a small windows 2012 server and the client wants blank passwords for certain users (don't ask me why, he's paying. ) I've tried to change the setting in group policy but changing minimum password length is always grayed out, how can I accomplish this?
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Followed those steps everything is grayed out, can't change the setting everything is grayed out.
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I am logged in as administrator directly on the server and still unable to change any of the settings on the local security policy->passwords
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