We maintain a Terminal Server on our network for our remote office and occasional third party vendors to connect in to. Our windows network active directory has the standard windows password requirements (i.e. 3 out of the 4 character types, expires every 3 months, can't reuse password, etc.)
What I am noticing is that when someone logs into the remote server and is prompted to change their password, it does change the password but then it immediately locks their account. I then need to pop into the AD and unlock them before they can use it again, which is problematic for both offices.
Is there a setting that is causing this? Something I can disable. I do not want to turn off the password rules, or set up all these users with passwords that never expire if I can help it.