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Account Locked Out - MS Server 2003

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I have an account that needed to change passwords and after so many tries it locked out the account.

How do I unlock the account? Its on windows Server 2003.
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found it.

Go to the users properties page then account tab and uncheck the account is locked box, should be in the middle of that account tab window.
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Krzysztof Pytko earned 2000 total points
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Use ADUC console, search for that account and unlock it. You have to have appropriate user to do that (DOmain Admin, Account Operator member, or delegated rights)

Regards,
Krzysztof
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I can't ask another question even though I accepted my answer...I want to change it to multiple solutions so I can ask a new question.
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I can't ask another question even though I accepted my answer...I want to change it to multiple solutions so I can ask a new question.
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Its working now.
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