Password Policy with GPO

If I set up a GPO that says passwords expire every 90 days but in Active Directory I have some accounts set to Never Expire and User Cannot Change Password. Which one is going to take precedence? Do I need to create a deny rule for those to not change or is having it set up this way good?
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Toni UranjekConsultant/TrainerCommented:
Never expire means that password expiration will not affect this account.
User Cannot Change Password means exactly that, user can not change password and because his password will not expire, there will be no need to change password.

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WinsoupAuthor Commented:
Ok, just wanted to make sure the Group Policy wouldn't override those settings.
Toni UranjekConsultant/TrainerCommented:
No, but it will trigger password change for all other user accounts at next log on.
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