How to set up password configuration

This article explains how to define password requirements.

Explaining password configuration

The password configuration ensures the defining of the password according to the specified set of attributes (minimal length of the password and the minimal number of each character type).

Whether the password is generated or manually created, a password must contain the exact number of each character type (e.g., digits, special characters, uppercase, and lowercase letters) and be longer than the defined minimal length.

Accessing password configuration

Hover over the settings, and select the “System” tab in the main menu and choose “Settings and customization” from the drop-down menu.

Once the “System preferences” page is opened, navigate to the “Password configuration” tab.

  1. The minimum password length – define the minimum number of characters a password must contain.
  2. The minimal number of uppercase letters – enter the minimum number of uppercase characters a password must contain.
  3. The minimal number of lowercase letters – enter the minimum number of lowercase characters a password must contain.
  4. The minimal number of digits – enter the minimum number of digits (numerals) a password must contain.
  5. The minimal number of special characters – enter the minimum number of special characters a password must contain.
  6. Click the “Restore” button to restore the default configuration of the password.
  7. Click the “Confirm” button to save the configuration.
  8. Select the “Cancel” button to revert the changes.

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