Jun 20 2022 10:43 PM
Jun 24 2022 04:46 AM
I hope you are doing well!
The Windows server provides additional protection that is a password expiration policy. Once it is enabled, the Windows server sends a message, "Your password has expired and must be changed." However, there is nothing to worry about, as a password expiration policy is a feature offered by Windows servers for protection.
You can follow the below-mentioned ways to disable password expiration notifications on the Windows server. It can be easily disabled,
By using Computer Management:
Disabling password expiration via Command Prompt:
By modifying the Windows server password expiration time:
You can set a limit on the number of days after which your Windows server password should expire.
I hope you can increase the password expiry on the windows server by using the ways explained above.
Jun 26 2022 12:41 AM
@Austin_M - I think I was not clear on my question. Let me clarify again.
I understand and know how to configure the password notification expiry notice. However my problem is "The notification balloon shows on the screen only for couple of seconds which is not sufficient for the users to notice"
How can I tweak this so that the notice shows atleast for 20-30 seconds before disappearing.
Jun 26 2022 02:13 AM
Unfortunately, you can't.
You can configure them to show or be hidden, but you have no control over the balloon display duration.
Jun 27 2022 04:57 AM
Jun 29 2022 09:07 PM - edited Jun 29 2022 09:07 PMSolution
https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/6175-change-how-long-show-notifications-windows-10-a.html - I tried this and it seems to work in my test environment.
I used a domain GPO to test it out.