Is it possible to set password unique "Expiration Days" according to different user/roles

In UiPath Enterprise Edition, refering to the table in this link : Settings

  1. Can we set a unique password details, especially for “Expiration Days” for different user or roles?
  2. Let say, we set XX days, does it apply to all roles in general?
    How about for the administrator?
    Can the admin be set with 0 (non-expiring password) while other users follow the XX days?

I am unable to find the notes in the docs.
Thank you

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HI Sashiraja,
The setting applies to all passwords, cannot be configured by role. If they need more sophisticated user auth policy controls, they can plug in specialist auth service of their choice via SAML integration.


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Thank you @tomasz.gaczynski :slightly_smiling_face:
This answered my query that the “Expiration Days” is indeed a common setting.

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