Join Ed Liberman for an in-depth discussion in this video Password polices, part of Windows Server 2016: Implementing Group Policy.
- [Narrator] When it comes to security settings,…the password policy settings are some of…the most important settings in your entire environment.…We all know as users that in a typical environment…we would log on using a username and then a password.…And then depending on where we worked in our past…we all know that we've had different rules…surrounding those passwords.…Even on different websites we know that there are…different rules about how long a password…might have to be, how complex it has to be,…if we have to reset it, things like that.…
That's all controlled through the password policy settings.…To take a look at these settings we need to…jump over to our domain controller.…So let's go over to DC1 now.…Here in the server manager we're going to go up to…the tools menu and select group policy management.…Now when I expand down, I could show you where…and how to set up the password policies…pretty much by going in and editing any group policy object.…But when it comes to password policy settings specifically,…
Review the complete set of objectives for exam 70-742, Identity with Windows Server 2016, at https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/learning/exam-70-742.aspx.
- Creating Group Policy objects
- Understanding inheritance
- Adjusting Group Policy preferences and settings
- Running Group Policy update
- Troubleshooting Group Policy
- Adjusting security settings and policies