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Use the Password Policies page to manage password requirements and rules for your environment.

Click the corresponding tab for instructions on:

  • Viewing all policies and policy details
  • Adding a policy
  • Modifying a policy
  • Deleting a policy

Viewing password policies

Use the Password Policies page to view existing password policies in your environment.

  1. Go to Authentication > Password.
  2. Click a policy to view the policy details.
    • The Overview panel shows a count of populations using the policy and provides a link to the Populations page.
    • The Configuration panel shows the configured rules and requirements for the policy.

Adding a password policy

Use the Password Policies page to add a password policy to your environment.

  1. Go to Authentication > Password.
  2. Click the + icon to add a policy.
  3. Enter a Name and Description for the policy, then click Next.
  4. Choose a template for the policy and modify to fit password requirements for users in the population, if applicable.
    • Standard
    • Passphrase
    • Advanced

    See Password policy comparison to compare policy templates.

    Note:

    Modifying the Standard and Passphrase templates automatically creates an Advanced policy.

  5. Click Save.

Editing a password policy

Use the Password Policies page to edit existing password policies in your environment.

  1. Go to Authentication > Password.
  2. In the list on the right, select Edit Password Policy.
  3. Make the appropriate changes. See Password policies.
  4. Click Save.

Deleting a password policy

Use the Password Policies page to remove existing password policies from your environment.

  1. Go to Authentication > Password and locate the policy that you want to delete.
  2. In the list on the right, select Delete.
  3. When prompted, click Delete to confirm.
    Note:

    You cannot delete a policy that is assigned to a population. If the password policy is in use, you must first assign a new password policy to the affected populations.