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Figure 2-15 This domain uses one password policy for administrators and another for users.
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Unfortunately, Microsoft did not provide a very good user experience for managing finegrained password policies in Windows Server 2008. To configure a separate password policy for administrators, follow these steps: 1. Run the ADSI Edit tool by typing adsiedit.msc. 2. Connect to your domain by right-clicking the ADSI Edit node in the left-hand pane and selecting Connect To. Type in the name of the domain. 3. Expand the domain, expand the DC node, navigate down to CN=System, and select CN=Password Settings Container. 4. Right-click CN=Password Settings Container, select New, and then select Object. 5. Select the msDS-Password Settings object, as shown in Figure 2-16.
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Figure 2-16 To create a fine-grained password policy, you need to create a new msDS-PasswordSettings object.
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6. Name the new object something memorable, such as Administrative password policy. 7. Click Next, and set the precedence value for this object. This value governs which policy takes precedence if two policies apply to the same user. The lowest precedence wins. 8. Walk through the rest of the wizard and set values for all the items. The possible values are listed in Table 2-5. 9. After you configure the lockout duration you will see the screen shown in Figure 2-17. At this point you need to configure which users this PSO applies to. To start that process, click More Attributes. 10. From the Select A Property To View drop-down list, select msDS-PSOAppliesTo. 11. Type in the distinguished name (DN) of the user or the global security group you want this policy to apply to. For example, to apply it to the Domain Admins group, use the following syntax, replacing the DC attributes with your domain information:
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CN=Domain Admins,CN=Users,DC=jesper-test,DC=local The net result is shown in Figure 2-18.
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Fine-Grained Password Policy Values
Description Acceptable Value Range Greater than 0
Attribute Name
msDSDefines which policy takes PasswordSettingsPrecedence precedence if more than one policy applies to a given user. The policy with the lowest precedence wins. msDS-PasswordReversible EncryptionEnabled msDSPasswordHistoryLength Whether passwords are stored with reversible encryption. False means they are not.
FALSE / TRUE
How many passwords the system 0 through 1024 remembers for a user. Practically speaking, this means the user cannot reuse a password until he has chosen at least this many different ones. FALSE / TRUE
msDSFalse if password complexity is not PasswordComplexityEnabled required for these user accounts. True if password complexity is required. msDSMinimumPasswordLength
The minimum length for a password. 0 through 255 Note that passwords can be up to 255 characters long, but older systems support entering only 127-character passwords. The minimum age that a password must be before it can be changed again. Setting this to some reasonable value, such as a day or two, ensures that a user cannot cycle through the password history automatically and change the password back to the one that she just had. This value (and all other time values), is entered in DAYS:HOURS:MINUTES:SECONDS format. Hence 02:00:00:00 is two days. How old a password can be before it must be changed. To have passwords that never expire, use the value (Never). Otherwise, set a date in the standard time value format, such as 180:00:00:00. (None) 00:00:00:00 through msDS-Maximum PasswordAge value
msDSMinimumPasswordAge
msDSMaximumPasswordAge
(Never) msDS-Minimum PasswordAge value through (Never) msDS-Maximum PasswordAge cannot be set to zero
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Table 2-5
Fine-Grained Password Policy Values
Description Acceptable Value Range
Attribute Name msDS-LockoutThreshold
How many tries a user gets at the 0 through 65535 password before it is locked out. To disable account lockout, set this to 0. The time interval used to calculate the number of incorrect password tries. If this value is set to 00:00:30:00, for example, the user gets msDS-LockoutThreshold tries in 30 minutes and then the counter is reset. (None) 00:00:00:01 through msDS-LockoutDuration value
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