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    4 comments  ·  Active Directory » Logon, Passwords  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Rubber Chicken commented  · 

    With reference to the world famous “correct horse battery staple” principle I want to try to achieve this.

    The problem I’m facing is that I want a mixture of all the features that exist, but not all of them enforced.

    I want to enable “Passwords must meet complexity requirements” to ensure passwords don’t contain the username, etc., but I don’t want to enforce the upper/lower/special characters shenanigans. That isn’t useful for humans. I want each of these items to be broken out and individually configurable.

    I also want to have a dictionary of bad passwords. I don’t want people to use “correct horse battery staple” as an ironic password, nor Password1!, nor largely repeated passords (Password1!,Password2! etc) Passfilt.dll seems to almost get there but isn’t easily user accessible or otherwise supportable.

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    3 comments  ·  Active Directory » Logon, Passwords  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Rubber Chicken commented  · 

    With reference to the world famous “correct horse battery staple” principle I want to try to achieve this.

    The problem I’m facing is that I want a mixture of all the features that exist, but not all of them enforced.

    I want to enable “Passwords must meet complexity requirements” to ensure passwords don’t contain the username, etc., but I don’t want to enforce the upper/lower/special characters shenanigans. That isn’t useful for humans. I want each of these items to be broken out and individually configurable.

    I also want to have a dictionary of bad passwords. I don’t want people to use “correct horse battery staple” as an ironic password, nor Password1!, nor largely repeated passords (Password1!,Password2! etc) Passfilt.dll seems to almost get there but isn’t easily user accessible or otherwise supportable.

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