For Local Authentication, the password is stored in the Postgres both salted and hashed. You won't be able to enforce any type of password requirement unfortunately. Just go into the Postgres and look at the system_users table.
I'd send a feature request to the support team, although since this is a fairly common request, I bet support has a request for it already.
I saw the passwords stored Postgres both salted and hashed. Is there a way we can encrypt them to see if there are any weak passwords?
Thanks again for your reply on this
I certainly hope not Passwords are not intended to be human readable. The way we handle mixed access is that internal users are authenticated via AD credentials, and external users are authenticated via an external portal and then are integrated into Tableau via trusted auth. It's a bit of an advanced solution, but does lend itself toward scalability and not having to manage user accounts manually.
Could you please elaborate on integration of Tableau via trusted auth, I would like understand this and see if we can implement as we have portal where we manage external users