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Windows 7: Passwords must meet complexity requirements regedit cmd?

13 May 2015   #1
savinio0

windows xp c86
 
 
Passwords must meet complexity requirements regedit cmd?

Password must meet complexity requirements

I want to configure local password policy for a stand-alone computer as below:
Enforce password history: net accounts /uniquepw:XXX
Maximum password age: net accounts /maxpwage:XXX
Minimum password age: net accounts /minpwage:XXX
Minimum password length: net accounts /minpwlen:XXX


But for complexity and encryption type I didn't find a command-line solution on registry settings. How can I configure password settings listed as below:


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14 May 2015   #2
Pyprohly

Windows 10, Windows 8.1 Pro, Windows 7 Professional, OS X El Capitan
 
 

Sorry, the Password must meet complexity requirements policy setting is not stored in the form of a registry key. But that doesn't mean you can't manipulate this setting through a command.

This article describes how one can use MMC to create a configuration file that can be interpreted by the SecEdit command. Group policies as well as registry key permissions can be set using this method.
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