Password Policy - .net Server
Date: Fri, 26 Mar 2004 08:25:21 -0000
We have just installed the 180 day trail version of Windows .net 2003 Server
and everything is running fine. Except for one problem.
We need to set passwords on a small network of like 'password' and 'jean'.
That are simple for the disabled students using the centre to remember.
However when trying to set this Windows states that we must have a 'secure
password'. Obviously for the administrator account we have one, but I need
to disable this.
I disabled the setting in
(I think thats the right location).
This was disabled on:
All domain tree policys
Domain Controller Security Policy
Domain Security Policy
But it is still taking affect - even after a restart.
Any ideas anyone? I really need to sort this asap.
*Excuse my cross posting but I really need to sort this!
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