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LukeUhren-6505 asked ·

Azure AD Password Reset Policy

I'm wondering how you go about setting password policies now in Azure Active Directory. Only pieces I can now find are related to MSOnline module. Is this still relevant? I could not get it to work anymore. Install the module was OK, but using Connect-MsolService just doesn't work. Using powershell 7.1 though and vscode.

I am wanting to know if this is the right route to take to set a policy to say Azure Ad User passwords expire after say 90 days if that is possible? I am not seeing anything that is easily done in the portal unless I am just having one of those days.

Please any information is appreciated.

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Rahul-7230 answered ·

Hi ,

Check this out (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/admin/add-users/set-password-to-never-expire?view=o365-worldwide)

You can configure it via Office365 portal also here is the link (https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?linkid=2072756) link will route office 365 admin page setting where you can easily configure the password policy.

Let me know if this helps.

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michev answered ·

Open the O365 admin center -> Settings -> Org settings -> Security & Privacy -> Password expiration policy. If you want to manage it per-domain, use the PowerShell cmdlets.

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