Password policies help to keep user accounts secure by controlling the details surrounding the passwords users assign to their account. In this video, learn how to configure password policies.
- [Instructor] One of the keys to keeping … your user accounts secure is making sure that the... … You have password policies in place … so that you can have secure passwords. … To demonstrate this, we're going to go ahead … and jump onto a domain controller, … and I have one here called LHDC1. … Here in the server manager, … I'm going to go up to the Tools menu, … and I'm going to select Group Policy Management … 'cause this is how you apply … your password policies is through a group policy. … And I will tell you there is one thing … that's very interesting about password policies, … and that is if I expand my Forest … and my domains and my landonhotel.local domain … is that even though you're going to see, … in just a moment here, that the password policies … are configured on computers. … Right? It's a computer policy. … Believe it or not, you have to do it at the domain level. … So, you either have to do it on the default domain policy, … or you have to create another policy … but at the domain level. …
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- Managing advanced audit policies
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Server Hardening
2. Secure the Network
3. Secure File Services
4. Manage Privileged Identities
5. Configure Advanced Audit Policies
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