Apply different password policy on Window 2012R2

Try to block the inheritance on a OU and create a new password policy there. However, the user there doesn't prompt for any password change. Any idea ?

I try to use grained password policy but it doesn't have any option to control when the password be expired. Any workaround solution ?

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oBdACommented:
There is exactly one password policy per domain that you can control using group policy, it has to be linked to the domain root, and it has to apply to the domain controllers. Full stop.
For everything else, you will need fine-grained password policies, and they do allow setting the expiration.
Open the Active Directory Administrative Center (%windir%\system32\dsac.exe), open <Your Domain>\System\Password Settings Container.
Click New, or open an existing one.
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