Change Office 365 Password Expiration Period

Update: This is now available via the Office 365 administration portal:

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If 90 days seems too short of a period before your Office 365 users’ passwords expire, you can change it via a powershell cmdlet.

Set-MsolPasswordPolicy -ValidityPeriod <days> -NotificationDays <days> -DomainName

Validity Period: time before expiration

Notification Days: how many days prior to expiration that the user begins to receive notification pop-up

Make sure you use Powershell to connect to MS online service first:

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One Response to Change Office 365 Password Expiration Period

  1. Don Chin says:

    It is always refreshing to stumble upon the most useful obscure items when you need them most.

    Thank you very much

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