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In our org, some profiles have their own password policy; these overwrite the general password policy. I would like to return to having only one centralized policy. How can I do that? I cannot find a way to do this via Setup. Could I do this by updating the metadata for profiles directly?

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Yes you can do it via metadata.

Thing your looking for is called ProfilePasswordPolicy

<types>
    <members>*</members>
    <name>ProfilePasswordPolicy</name>
</types>

Docs

  • For documentation: After deleting the ProfilePasswordPolicy files, they are generated again with the settings from the central password policy. So this works. – georg w. May 29 at 16:22
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Yes, You need to remove them from each profile and then set on Organization-wide Password Policy.

Here are steps to change it on profile.

  • From Setup, enter Profiles in the Quick Find box, then select Profiles. Select a profile.
  • Depending on which user interface you’re using, do one of the following.
    • Enhanced profile user interface—Click Password Policies, then click Edit.
    • Original profile user interface—Click Edit, then scroll to the Password Policies section.
  • Change the values for the profile.

Here are steps for Org wide settings.

  • From Setup, enter Password Policies in the Quick Find box, then select Password Policies.
  • Customize the password settings.

Some good read for you:

Set Password Policies

View and Edit Password Policies in Profiles

Manage Password Expiration with Password Policies and Permission Sets

  • Hi Tushar, I can edit them on the profile (for example changing "User passwords expire in"), but I cannot remove the password policy settings. I cannot set the settings to be empty. – georg w. May 17 at 11:13

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