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    Password security - fine-grained, name exclusion?

    Ok title may not make sense but bare with me. I have introduced a new fine-grained password policy for staff, marvellous it works fine. But I have found that some staff are using the schoolname with a number after it, i.e. school1.

    Is there anyway of blocking them from using "schoolname" in their password, I know with the complex password policy it wont allow their username as a password but can I specify anything else?

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    I'd give BCBC IT a ring, they run software there that checks for easy to crack passwords, don't know what it's called though, I know it works well as I've been the recipient of an enforced password change just afer I'd already changed it....

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    Thanks Joe, that's an option but id love to prevent it to begin with, been nosing at custom password filters etc, but all are 3rd party and reasonably pricey



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