Windows HOME PREMIUM don't have a Group Policy Editor. Thanks anyway.Sorry, I'm not the best here, you need to make some own research. But the answer to all your questions seem to be YES. The last is, unless you do something, the OS will expire automatically.
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Hope this helps you. Best wishes.
If I dotype "net user administrator" I get password never expires before I do what you told me to do. Can I chane the Never for password? I don't think I can with Wnidows 7 HOME.If you don't want the password to expire:
Start Orb>Search box>cmd
When cmd appears in Results above, right-click and choose "Run as administrator"
Stop the Password Expiration - at the command prompt type:
net accounts /maxpwage:unlimited [enter]
You will get a message box: “The command completed successfully” and then you can close the command prompt.
(If you get access error 5, you didn't run Command Prompt as administrator.)