On our network at work, my windows account keeps getting locked out. If the incorrect password is entered three consecutive times, the account ends up getting locked out. I first notice this when I attempt to get on a website on our corporate intranet that uses NT authentication and am unable to get in. Then I am prompted for my password by Outlook. At this point if I sign out of my computer I am unable to get back as my account is locked. I know that I am not attempting to enter my password incorrectly anywhere. I do not have any open Terminal Server sessions. I don't have any scheduled tasks using my account. I can't think of any services that I have set up using my account.
I am 99.9% sure that this is not from another user attempting to access my account simply due to the frequency that I am being locked out. It happened about ten times yesterday. So I am fairly certain that some process somewhere is running using an old password. Is there any way to track down what is causing the lockout?