Administrators know that there are many constraints when it comes to password policies for domain user accounts. Windows Server 2008, however, makes at least one of those issues a thing of the past. In the December installment of Security Watch, Derek Melber explains how Windows Server 2008 enables you to implement multiple password policies. "Now you can target individual users and groups of users to control their password restrictions," says Melber. "This is a radically new concept for Windows administrators."
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