Fine-Grained Password Management post from Tyson

Tyson Kopczynski – the author of Windows PowerShell Unleashed (sample chapter available here) has a post on Managing Fine Grained Password Policies.

In which he also complaints that big vendors – Microsoft in this case – are sometimes releasing features – like BitLocker or fine-grained password policies – without fully providing sufficient management tools to actually use them. Needless to say this is very much inline with what I am thinking on the need for do-it-yourself administrative consoles.

Tyson concludes by the following:

My reply to my co-worker was to use either the PasswordSettingsObject cmdlets from Quest or the PowerGUI snap-in which uses those cmdlets – http://powergui.org/entry.jspa?externalID=882&categoryID=46.

I’ve also previously blogged about both the cmdlets and the UI:

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