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How to change Server 2012 Essentials Password Policy

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I have tried to change the password policy and its greyed out. Is there a way to enable it so that I can change the password policy?
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Where exactly did you try and change the password policy and found that it was greyed out?

Have you tried the steps in this link? http://technet.microsoft.com/en-au/library/jj713507.aspx#BKMK_Access4
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Yes, spot on with that answer. Thanks for your help!
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