How to set Account lockout threshold on Windows 10 for local accounts

 
 
 
 
How to set Account lockout threshold on Windows 10 for local accounts
 

Passwords have become necessary to lock devices whether they’re desktops or smartphones. Passwords for devices can be guessed especially if someone is able to watch you enter a password or knows you well enough to make a few guesses and get it right. To safe guard against this, you can lock Windows 10 after the failed login attempts exceed a certain number by setting the account lockout threshold. This security measure is, unfortunately, only available if you use a local account on Windows 10.

 


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