Which of these would require a stand-alone Windows user to select a different password each time it is changed?
A) Windows Scheduler
B) Windows Firewall
C) Local Security Policy
D) Task Manager
E) Windows System Configuration
F) ReallyLongPassword4, ReallyLongPassword5, ReallyLongPassword6…
The answer: C) Local Security Policy
The Windows Local Security Policy utility is used to manage settings and configurations of Windows devices. Local Security Policy includes policies for passwords, user rights assignments, security options, and more.
Want to know more? Watch “Windows Local Security Policy.”
If your computer isn’t part of a Windows Domain, then you’ll manage your security policies on the local computers. In this video, you’ll learn how to start and use the Windows Local Security Policy manager.