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AD account lockout using Mac

Posted on 2012-09-04
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Hello Experts,

We're having an hard time dignosing an account lockout after an AD password change

The user is using mac os x mountain lion with an istance of Win XP vitualized
we already checked all the mobile devices and the password was correctly updated
we also checked outlook password and any mapped share was recreated to match the new password

parsing the logs we found this:

SamLogon: Network logon      domain\user      MacBook-Air.local      0xC0000234

and also

The computer attempted to validate the credentials for an account.

Authentication Package:      MICROSOFT_AUTHENTICATION_PACKAGE_V1_0
Logon Account:      same user
Source Workstation:      MacBook-Air.local
Error Code:      0xc000006a

We can't seem to find what could cause this.

It seems related to the mac profile but how can we be sure?
Is there a way to know what processes or scheduled tasks are running with that username?
also, is thee a way on mac os x to find what services and processes are running on those credentials?

Thanks
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Question by:r3helpdesk
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by:nappy_d
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Can you take a look a the console log viewer?

Locate any information related to the logon event.

Please post it back here for me.
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Hello,

thanks for your inputs.
We've looked up and it seems the problem is connected to the OS X calendar application not correctly upgrading the domain password.
It gathers the event of Outlook calendars to try to integrate it with the system one and use the default OS X pop outs

Do you know of a way to automaticly update the sysem password with the one used in AD?
Thanks
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by:r3helpdesk
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After we deleted the old value in the keyring no faulty sync happened again
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