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Currently, it is not possible to manage Azure AD password policies via Adaxes.

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Microsoft Graph API currently doesn't support password policy management. The issue is outlined here.

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This should be submitted as a Feature Request to https://feedbackportal.microsoft.com/feedback/forum/ebe2edae-97d1-ec11-a7b5-0022481f3c80

There doesn't currently seem to be a feature request for a MSGraph API endpoint for Password Policies that I can find.

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