When multiple password policies affect an organizational unit or a group, only the policy with the highest priority is applied to such group or organizational unit. A newly created password policy is disabled by default.
|NOTE: Only priority of policies with the same scope can be changed.|
To change policy priority
To delete a password policy from a domain
|NOTE: When you delete a password policy from a managed domain, the deleted policy is no longer valid for this domain.
To restore a deleted password policy, create a new policy and manually configure its settings as required.
Password Manager provides a simple and convenient way to view, print, and save reports and charts allowing you to analyze information on how the application is used. The reporting functionality within the solution is based on Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services as a common reporting environment.
The Reports section of the Administrator site includes a number of pre-defined reports that help you perform the following tasks:
The user action history provides records of all actions performed by users registered with Password Manager. You can search for records using a full-text search functionality. The user action history is provided by Enterprise Auditing Service embedded in Password Manager.
To use Password Manager reports, you need to connect to an SQL Server and a Report Server.
To use the user action history functionality, you need to connect to an SQL Server only.