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Posted on 2011-03-04
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Does anyone know how to find out what accounts have locked out on a spacific computer over a period.
I used EventCombMT to check where accounts wher being locked out but now i would like to find out why and what accounts where locked out by a spacific computer
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I am using Account Lockout Examiner. Try a demo for free and see if that will help you.
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we found it to be the conficker virus
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i found the answer of the issue
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