Windows 10: Local Group Policy Max/Min password age not working (Win 10 Pro v1903)

Discus and support Local Group Policy Max/Min password age not working (Win 10 Pro v1903) in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; Hello to all on TenForums, hope you are keeping well. It's my first post, hope you can advise. I'm following instructions on how to set the min/max... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by SeanB, Nov 29, 2019.

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    Local Group Policy Max/Min password age not working (Win 10 Pro v1903)


    Hello to all on TenForums, hope you are keeping well.
    It's my first post, hope you can advise.

    I'm following instructions on how to set the min/max password age on a number of Win 10 Pro laptops (v1903) but it's just not working and I have no idea what I am doing wrong. Have followed the simple instructions via SECPOL > Account Policies > Password Policy - but when I set the maximum age to 2days and minimum age to 1day nothing happens after 2 days - no prompt that my password has expired etc. Any ideas?

    Much appreciated.
    All my very best

    :)
     
    SeanB, Nov 29, 2019
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    Hello,

    Unfortunately, Windows 10 Home doesn't have GPO snap-in. You need to upgrade to Pro edition to edit Group Policy settings.

    Regards.
     
    Kapil Arya MVP, Nov 29, 2019
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  3. The password you entered doesn't meet password policy requirements.

    Pro

    Windows 10 Pro ver 1709 build 16299.309

    already did that 2 days ago

    no change

    from Group Policy Management

    Computer Configuration - Windows Settings - Security Settings - Account Policy - Password Policy

    Policy Security Setting

    Enforce password history:
    0 passwords remembered

    Maximum password age: 0

    Minimum password age: 0 days

    Minimum password length: 0 characters

    Password must meet complexity requirements: Disabled

    Store passwords using reversible encryption: Disabled

    *********************************

    from Local Security Policy (secpol.msc)

    Security Settings - Account Policy - Password Policy

    Policy Security Setting

    Enforce password history: 0 passwords remembered

    Maximum password age: 0

    Minimum password age: 0 days

    Minimum password length: 0 characters

    Password must meet complexity requirements: Disabled

    Store passwords using reversible encryption: Disabled
     
    RAGriffith, Nov 29, 2019
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    abc123tttaaaabc123tttaaa, Nov 29, 2019
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