Domain user getting deleted automatically

Posted on 2009-12-17
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
i have windows 2003 dc and Domain user getting deleted automatically. any fix??
Question by:senmohan
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    by:Jason Watkins

    A little more info would be great.  How/when is the user's account being deleted?  Are the DC's in your domain synchronized properly? (Providing you have more than one DC in use.)  What does the Security log on the DC say about the delete event?
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    sync proper. we are totally blind how is got deleted. two days before we found seven account was missing. then we were recreate day we found 32 account was deleted.

    we dont have any secuirty log related to account deletion
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    You'll need to turn on account auditing in the default domain controller policy to track user account changes. Once that's been done, check the security log for events next time you get a report of a missing user.

    This site give s nice overview of what to look for:

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