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how to findout password policies?
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Look Up BOL.

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How to find out password policies for all users in a server.
I need the query to get the password policies of all users in a server.
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This set in the server properties as a default. For each user, you can see the properties of each user.

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my manager told me that collect passwordpolicies of the all users of all databases in the server.

how will i do?
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Start here:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms161959.aspx

It would help if you took the time to do some research ahead of time. This information is also available in BOL.

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thanks got it............

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Old thread but came across it looking for policy posts. I did blog post on local password policies and using Policy-Based Management. Hope it helps someone at some point: http://sqlchicken.com/2011/05/policy-based-management-and-local-password-policy/

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