When you login to your Windows computer, you may get an error message like this:
Your password has expired and must be changed
In normal circumstances, it’s absolutely fine for Windows to remind you of password change after every specific no. of days but in some conditions, this practice should be disabled. A couple of scenarios could include the following:
An administrator user should not have automatic expiration of password as this will lock you out of the computer if the password is not changed on regular basis.
Another condition can be when you are accessing your computer remotely. If the password expires, you won’t be able to reset it remotely and will need physical access to the system.
In this tutorial, we will share three ways to set Windows local user account passwords to never expire. We will discuss about:
How to set Windows local user account passwords to never expire for all users.
How to set Windows local user account passwords to never expire for a specific user.