Local Security Policy

  Genius1 11:54 21 Apr 07
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I'm using Home Premium. It seems to have disappeared. There's no link under Administrative Tools and typing 'gpedit.msc' into the Run box produces no results. Can anyone help please?

  powerless 21:58 21 Apr 07

It's not there in Home Prem.

What are you wanting to do as it probably could be done via the registry.

  Genius1 22:48 21 Apr 07

Thanks for your reply. I'd like to change password settings ie. maximum character length/complexity/maximum number of days before expiration etc.

The Security Policy always used to be present in XP Media Centre, so I just assumed it would be in Vista's equivalent.

  Genius1 19:20 25 Apr 07

Bump

  powerless 19:30 25 Apr 07

Sorry, forgot all about it.

If those can be done via the registry then google does not reveal too much...but I'm sure it can be done.

  anskyber 19:38 25 Apr 07

It's, as suggested, not in Home Premium.

It can be done though the Net Accounts command.

From a command prompt netaccounts/maxpwage:21 will for example set the maximum password age to 21 days.

  Genius1 14:49 27 Apr 07

Thanks - it's a good job I know how to use the command prompt!

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