I think you can do this by setting a User Based Policy (UBP) for the "special" accounts - this is used instead of the default machine policy.
Safeboot, thanks for responding! How exactly do you do that? Aren't the policies assigned at the System Tree level? How do you apply the policy to just the "special" accounts?
I think the nonofficial quickstart guide might talk about this, https://community.mcafee.com/blogs/danlarson/2009/11/30/unofficial-quickstart-gu ide-for-mcafee-eepc-v6
if not, it's in your admin guide for EEPC6.
You'll have to assign the policy to the individual accounts you want to be treated differently.
That was it. Thanks SafeBoot! I had to create a Policy Assignment Rule, and assign the special user accounts to use the policy for non-expiring passwords. It's working as expected now.