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    Fine grained password policy override default domain policy?

    Hi,

    Does a fine grained password policy over-ride the password policies in the default domain group policy please?

    Thanks

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    Yes, but if you are bulk importing users you will probably have to comply with the default domain policy... and fine grained policies have their own precedence values if you need to define multiple ones applied by security groups.

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    Thought so, just checking

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