Account Login Failures for Domain Admins

Posted on 2007-07-30
Last Modified: 2010-04-18
I need to be able to find any Account Login Failures for Domain Admin accounts on Windows 2003 Server.

I have a number of accounts that are Domain Admins and want to know if they are any failed logins that do not lockout the account. I would prefer to do this without thrawling through the Even Viewer every time I want to check it.
Question by:Irish_Cement
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    I don't think there is a built-in solution to this. You can of course filter the event viewer and specify that you only want to see logon failures (event 529) and you can select users in the filter - but not groups

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    by:Ahmed Abdel Salam
    you can use third party apps like event viewer analyzer
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