Change Password Policies for Your Organization

As an admin, you can change user password policies for the user accounts in your organization.

To change password policies for users within your organization, do the following:

  1. Sign in to the TDP as an admin.
  2. In the left navigation pane, select the hamburger menu icon. Then, choose Administration.
  3. Choose Organization Settings. The Organization Settings page opens.
Organization Settings page

Organization Settings page

  1. In the PASSWORD POLICIES section, chooseEdit. The Edit Password Policy dialog appears.
  2. (Optional) To enforce more rigorous password requirements, you can toggle the following password settings based on your organization's security policies :
Edit password policies

Edit Password Policy dialog

  • Enforce Additional Password Complexity: Set to require that passwords must satisfy more complex conditions where at least one upper and lower case letter, a number, and a special character are required. The password cannot start or end with a number.
  • Enforce No Password Reuse: Set to prevent passwords from matching the current password or any of the previous five passwords from the user's password history.
  • Enable Password Expiration: Set to have the password expire after a configured number of days, and have it be changed on the first user login attempt. You can set the number of days for how long the password will be valid.
  • Enable Account Lock: Set to lock the user's account after a configured number of failed login attempts. You can set the number of allowed failed user log in attempts before the user account is locked.
  • Enable Self-Service Password Reset: Set to enable users to reset their own passwords.
  1. Choose Save.