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does anybody know a good tool to search AD to figure out when a password is going to expire for a user?
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by:KCTS
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Try
Net user [UserName]
at the command prompt
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Sorry - that works for local accounts - on a domain its a little more complex - see http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms974598.aspx
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In the attached zip file you will find acctinfo.dll, it will add a tab to the properties windows of your users in AD that will show the following info:
Date paqssword was last set.
Date password exspires
Current account status
Last logon date
Last logoff date
Date of last bad logon
Total number of logons
Total number of bad passwords

It is pretty handy, just place in system32 and register the dll.
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by:SagiEDoc
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Sorry the file never uploaded the first time as it contained a .dll, when you unzip the file just rename and add .dll
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