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Fine Grained Password Policy

Posted on 2014-03-10
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HI experts,

I have successfully created the PSO and applied to myself (for testing). It is restricting me to create a 8 characters password with complexity. Its working fine.

However if I applied the PSO to a group (a security group only contain myself and one other staff) then the policy doesn't work. I have run gpupdate /force everything I made change ensuring it refresh the policy.

I will appreciate if anyone to shed some light? What am I missing here?

We are a 2008 domain (NOT R2 as one of DCs is not running R2). Domain and Forest level had been raised.

Thank you.
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The security group MUST be a global security group. Not a distribution group or universal security group or any other variant, just an odd quirk of fine grained policy processing,
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So in general I have to create a new Global Security group and add ALL users to the group? Don't think Global group allow group nesting?
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Correct.
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Thanks for your solution - spot on!!
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