I want to
a) enforce custom minimum password complexity requirements
b) enable zero length passwords
Ideally, password complexity requirement would be linked to group membership.
I understand that using external authentication would allow this however the application is for a site which would not otherwise require a directory service and many users would be external to the host organisation. And additionally, internal users WILL be configured for auth in MS AD.
It looks like this question has been asked a couple times on Answer before.
Both of these cases cite an old Adaptavist Plugin (User Security Management) that I am no able to locate any longer.
I went ahead and filed the following feature request on your behalf.
Please go ahead and vist this issue and vote on it. The more visitbility we can garner for this issue means the more likely our developers are to include it in a future release of Confluence. I have attached this post to further incease it's visibility.
Thanks Daniel. I too found the Adaptivist links, but nothing at Adaptivist site now refers. I think that there are two distinct issues here and your proposed feature request addresses one of them; the other is documentation - i.e. I can't find anywhere a description of what the current system actually requires in terms of password complexity, and I suggest that along side that missing documentation should be the statement that currently there is no way to configure any variation in that policy.
Assuming that is a correct statement, I'm happy to close the query?
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