The Get-MsolPasswordPolicy command in PowerShell gets the current password policy for a tenant or a domain in Microsoft Office 365. This command gets the password expiry notification days and validity period for a tenant or a specified domain.
The syntax to get the values associated with the Password Expiry in Office 365 is given below.
Get-MsolPasswordPolicy -DomainName <String> [-TenantId <Guid>] [<CommonParameters>]
In this article, we will discuss how to use the Get-MsolPasswordPolicy cmdlet in PowerShell to get the password expiry for the domain in Office 365.
How to Get the Password Policy for a Domain in Office 365
To get the password policy for a domain in Office 365, use the Get-MsolPasswordPolicy cmdlet with the
-DomainName parameter. The
-DomainName parameter specifies the fully qualified domain name of the domain to be retrieved.
Get-MsolPasswordPolicy -DomainName "shellgeeklab.onmicrosoft.com"
This command gets the password policy for the domain “shellgeeklab.onmicrosoft.com“.
The Validity period specifies the length of time that a password is valid before it must be changed.
NotificationDays parameter specifies the number of days before a user receives notification that their password will expire.
The output of the above PowerShell script is given below.
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