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What will happen to existing users if I enable a Password Policy?

Currently we have this turned off.

If I enable a Password Policy in Jira, what will happen to existing users that have a password which does not meet the password complexity requirement.

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Robert Wen_ReleaseTEAM_
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Nov 01, 2023

According to the FAQ here, the policy will go into effect when an individual user changes his/her password.  So, users will still be able to login.

You can also run a REST query through Crowd (if Crowd is where you set up your user directories) to force a password change for all your users.

Documentation here:

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