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revised Can't seem to disable Windows 7 password complexity requirements
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comment Can't seem to disable Windows 7 password complexity requirements
I said in the question they are standalones... Regardless, the issue here is really the password complexity requirements. I listed the workgroup information in case it would help.
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comment Can't seem to disable Windows 7 password complexity requirements
They come that way, I wasn't aware you could have a Windows machine that doesn't specify either a workgroup (e.g. WORKGROUP) or domain.
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comment Can't seem to disable Windows 7 password complexity requirements
@Ramhound Do you know an explicit way to tell if they are on a domain? When I try to join a domain it says it's on a workgroup and the domain circle isn't checked.
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comment Can't seem to disable Windows 7 password complexity requirements
The machines are standalone and we're given an admin account to use on them. The settings don't seem to be working on this machine, I posted the image to show that the settings say something other than what's being enforced.
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