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an OU is created in the Active Directory. but when I'm trying to select that in "password policy". the Adaxes is not allow for me to choose OU. only AD users and groups can be selected. is there any way to choose OU?

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Hello Justin,

Do we understand correctly that you mean scopes of domain password policies? If that is correct, there is no possibility to select OUs in the scope, only specific users and groups.

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