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I know that this has already been asked, but I can't find a definite answer.
Is it necessary to have Atlassian Access to set pw policies?
If not, how can I do it?
there is a default policy that you can figure out at the following URL https://support.atlassian.com/security-and-access-policies/docs/understand-authentication-policies/
if you need to have a personal customization of your password policy please read the following article https://support.atlassian.com/security-and-access-policies/docs/manage-your-password-policy/
Hope this helps,
It seems that claiming the accounts (by verifying your domain and making them managed accounts) should be sufficient for pw policy.
If you however wish to have MFA or SSO or multiple policies then you require Atlassian Access.
A single policy comes with the managed accounts
Like @Fabio Racobaldo _Herzum_ says you need to be org admin.
In case you are you should see on the top bar where you see the menu in the screenshot an option for "Directory"
Clicking on that will give you the option for managed accounts and a prompt for to verify domain.
Or on that same screen the "Domains" option will also allow you to verify the domain and provide you with the instructions to do so.