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Account policies affect Windows XP Professional computers in two ways. When applied to a local computer, account policies apply to the local account database that is stored on that computer. When applied to domain controllers, the account policies affect domain accounts for users logging on from Windows XP Professional computers that are joined to that domain. Domain-wide account policies are defined in the Default Domain Group Policy object (GPO). All domain controllers pull the domain-wide account policy from the Default Domain GPO regardless of the organizational unit in which the domain controller exists. Thus, while there might be different local account policies for member computers in different organizational units, there cannot be different account policies for the accounts in a domain. By default, all computers that are not domain controllers will also receive the default domain account policy for their local accounts. However, different account policies might be established for local accounts on computers that are not domain controllers by setting an account policy at the organizational unit level. Account policies for stand-alone computers can be set using Local Security Policy.
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To modify the following password policy settings, open Local Security Policy or Group Policy and go to Computer Configuration\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Account Policies\ Password Policy.
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Maximum password age. The number of days a password can be used before the user must change it. Changing passwords regularly is one way to prevent passwords from being compromised. Typically, the default varies from 30 to 42 days. Enforce password history. The number of unique, new passwords that must be associated with a user account before an old password can be reused. When used in conjunction with Minimum password age, this setting prevents reuse of the same password over and over. Most IT departments set a value greater than 10. Enforce password history. The number of days a password must be used before the user can change it. The default value is zero, but it is recommended that this be reset to a few days. When used in conjunction with similarly short settings in Enforce password history, this restriction prevents reuse of the same password over and over. Minimum password length. The minimum number of characters a user s password can contain. The default value is zero. Seven characters is a recommended and widely used minimum. Passwords must meet complexity requirements. The default password filter (Passfilt.dll) included with Windows XP Professional requires that a password have the following characteristics:
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Does not contain your name or user name Contains at least six characters Contains characters from each of the following three groups: uppercase and lowercase letters (A, a, B, b, C, c, and so on), numerals, and symbols (characters that are not defined as letters or numerals, such as !, @, #, and so on)
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It is strongly recommended that you enable this policy setting.
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Account Lockout Policy
Account lockout policy options disable accounts after a set number of failed logon attempts. Using these options can help you detect and block attempts to break passwords. To modify lockout policy settings, launch Local Security Policy or Group Policy and go to Computer Configuration\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Account Policies\Account Lockout Policy.
Account lockout threshold. The number of failed logon attempts before a user account is locked out. A locked-out account cannot be used until an administrator resets it or until the account lockout duration expires. You can set values from 1 through 999 failed logon attempts, or you can specify that the account is never locked out by setting the value to 0.
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This setting is disabled (set to zero invalid logon attempts) in the Default Domain Group Policy object and in Local Security Policy for workstations and servers. You must change this to enable lockout after a specified number of attempts. Unsuccessful attempts to log on to workstations or member servers that have been locked using either CTRL+ALT+DEL or password-protected screen savers do not count as failed logon attempts under this policy setting. Failed attempts to log on remotely do count.
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