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Account constantly getting locked out

Posted on 2006-11-21
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An account in our Active Directory domain keeps on getting locked out.  We think it's one of our batch machines (and there's alot of them) but we've gone through them and can't find out the source.

My knowledge isn't in Active Directory & Security - so is there a way to set up a trace and determine what's causing this?

Cheers

Chris
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Have you checked your event logs yet?  My guess is the auditing of failed login events.

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ahh yes that'll be right

thanks for that :-)

Chris
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Anytime :)

Cheers and have a good night.

Kevin
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