Windows Server 2003 Domain - Password Policy Completely Wrong/Not Working
Here's a fun one, another password policy issue. I've got a Windows Server 2003 domain here, and I'm trying to configure a password policy for the school. I use Group Policy Management on my Windows XP here to manage our Domain's policies using the Administration Kit. I'm working with the Default Domain Policy within the root of our Domain. I've set the password policy to:
Enforce password history: 10
Max age: 180 days
Min age: 0 days
Min Length: 7
This is all fantastic, but when I go and log in to a teacher account and try to change their password, they get a prompt that says password must be at least 0 days old, cannot repeat any of your previous 0 passwords, and be at least 30 days old. I have NO idea where it's pulling that from. I can't find it anywhere. I double check on our domain controller directly that Domain Security Policy matches, and it does, exact same settings as listed above. But nobody can change their password because of these settings that are apparently coming from somewhere. Any advice would be great! Thanks!!!