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Hi I'd like to write a script that goes out and checks the service accounts in the domain that will detect any IP changes from them.  Is this doable?
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Hi
Could you elaborate on this?
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Krystian
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Basically need help with a script that goes out to the Services container within Active Directory and checks the Service Accounts there for variation in IP.  The IP's of these machines that the service accounts run on are static, however, for security and audit purposes would need a script that monitors this.  I've looked for some ADSI scripts but haven't found any that would do what I'm describing here.  Let's say a Service Account runs on PC-A and has an IP of 170.222.100.02, however a hacker decides to break into the machine and hack the password of the service acct, it would detect that IP of his machine being different and therefore would log it and I would see it in a results file and could take the appropriate action.
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