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ALL my Network is infected and account Locked

Posted on 2010-09-21
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Hi everyone ...

Today around noon all my Network has been infected with this
with Worm.Win32.Downad.Gen (v)
all my AD account is locked within Second ... and now this is hell !!!!
VIpre is detect the virus but seems to be unable to remove it all even after multiple reboot
i try Microsoft Removal tool but after some times it get infected anyway !
i have already log a case at GFI

now this is my question
is there a way to disable the account locked so that for the moment all my user will be able to work and none of the AD account will be lock anymore ???


THanks
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Question by:Mcklane
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by:wolfcamel
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i would use malwarebytes on each PC,and have them disconnected from the network, until you are sure each is ok.
check the server(s) first.
the accounts can be unlocked in active directory on the server
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by:Mcklane
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i want them to never to lockout at all ... is that possible ?
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Avennah earned 500 total points
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Mcklane,

Under group policy settings, under computer configuration and security settings, select account policies / password policies and modify the number of failed attempts to login before a lockout occurs to 0. I'm not looking at a group policy so I'm not sure of the exact syntax, but that's close.

Also refer to this link: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc736516(WS.10).aspx

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by:Mcklane
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@Avennah thanks .... i did find that too :)
now no account is locked !!!! cool !
thanks
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