User Right Assignment

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Also included in Windows Server 2012 R2, fine-grained password policies enable you to configure different password policies and lockout settings (as discussed previously) that can be applied to specific users or groups within a domain.

Also included in Windows Server 2012 R2, fine-grained password policies enable you to configure different password policies and lockout settings (as discussed previously) that can be applied to specific users or groups within a domain.

Password settings are stored in a Password Settings Container (PSC) located under the default System container in the domain.

Note: For more information, refer to "Password Policy" at "Account Lockout Policy" at and "AD DS: Fine-Grained Password Policies" at

You can use Group Policy to manage security settings quite effectively on a Windows Server 2012 R2 network.

An enhanced range of security options is available, with settings designed for both user and computer configuration.

When configuring a password policy, you should consider configuring the following settings: Previous editions of Windows Server introduced the concept of strong passwords.

A strong password is a password comprised of at least eight characters including a combination of letters, numbers, and symbols.

Fine-grained password policies are particularly helpful in the following scenarios: Fine-grained password policies use an object class defined in the AD DS schema known as a Password Settings object (PSO).

The PSO holds attributes for the finegrained password and account lockout policy settings.

Consult this tab before modifying any of the default user rights.

You can also create a new GPO and configure a series of settings in this node to be applied to a specific group, and then link the GPO to an appropriate OU and grant the required group the Read and Apply Group Policy permissions.

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