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Account Getting Locked Out

Posted on 2004-08-18
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I am Supporting A Windows 2000, Active Directory Environment, running Exchange 2000, and SQL Server. I have one Developer who is getting his account locked out several time a day. There is no Security Failure in the Event Viewer. I have checked all Services, and he is not using his id as the login. How can I track down the cause of this problem?
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Question by:cookd47
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You've enabled failure logging in the local security policy?

I'd suspect he has a network neighborhood shortcut with bad authentication info.
Try deleting all his shortcuts and mapped drives and start over.
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I have enabled Failure logging, and disconnected mapped drives.
I will remove shorcuts and test
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by:activematx
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Perhaps you could try ensuring that his password is up to date.  or on "password never exprires"
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Your suggestions were good, but the problem was tracked down to a Legacy IIS Application running on the Client. The developer had put his network id in the code.
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