administrator account keeps getting logged out from time to time.

We have 2 2003 DC's and 2 2008 DC's which. Every so often the administrator account keeps getting logged out. Not sure what is causing this and cant find anything in the event viewer. Is there anyway that I can find out what keeps  locking out the account??
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Kruno DžoićSystem EngineerCommented:
If the user is logged on in a terminal session, the idle time and session timeout settings may also trigger log off. Please check the "Sessions" tab of the "RDP-Tcp" connection properties dialog to ensure that "Active session limit", "Idle session limit", and action items are configured properly.
vmichAuthor Commented:
No the administartor is not logged in on a terminal session anywhere
Is it locking the account or logging the account off?
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vmichAuthor Commented:
It keeps locking the account out...
It is happening a lot now. Any ideas out there what I can check?
Nothing is showing in the event viewer..
What are the power settings set for on the server or is the option for the screen saver check to prompt for password ?
vmichAuthor Commented:
nothing has change with anything like that......
vmichAuthor Commented:
This is really becoming a big issue with the account locking out. Does anyone have any other ideas on what I can do about his to stop it?
LOCKing out as opposed to LOGging out...

It sounds as though someone (or an app or a service that has saved old admin credentials) is repeatedly supplying the wrong credentials against the account and thus triggering the account lockout policy.

You could enable account logon failure auditing on your DCs to try and pick up where it is coming from.

JohnGrunwell has posted you a link to an exhaustive thread.
vmichAuthor Commented:
Nothing seem to work so I had to open a call with support. Working with theme now...

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vmichAuthor Commented:
working with support
Account logon auditing should show it up.
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