Windows lock out alert

Posted on 2007-09-28
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Can windows enterprise 2003 server send a e-mail alert when it locks out a user account?
Question by:jnazz
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    the is no built in facility for this.
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    by:Malli Boppe
    I think you need to write a scipt on DC which checks for any use lock outs every 15 min and send an email.Before that you need to enable auditing on default domain policy.

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    Thanks this will help.

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