Ensure strength of passwords set by root
Password strength in Linux can be ensured by setting parameters in /etc/pam.d/common-password file. But these policies apply only for non-root users, when they set password for themselves.
Is there any way to ensure strength of passwords assigned by root?
Example: Normally root can assign passwords like "hello" "password" etc. Is there a way to ensure that passwords assigned by root must contain a special character and a digit as mandatory?