Account is locked out - greyed out on Server 2003, but not in 2008

Active Directory Users and Computers has accounts all listed with "Account is locked out" greyed out.  The accounts aren't locked, but if one does become locked we can't unlock it.

ADUC Account Locked out is Greyed OutADUC Account Locked out is Greyed Out
It does not appear this way in ADUC in Server 2008.

We recently moved all users from various OU's to a new OU to consolidate and organize our Users.
I am a Domain Admin and Enterprise Admin and it's still greyed out.  Not sure why?

Help is greatly appreciated.
Thanks!
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Nathan KaufmanAsked:
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Steven CarnahanNetwork ManagerCommented:
We have been on 2008 for awhile now however if I remember correctly, 2003 was grayed out unless the account was locked.
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
The accounts aren't locked, but if one does become locked we can't unlock it.
Have you actually confirmed this? When an account is actually locked out? I believe this is by design.

It does not appear this way in ADUC in Server 2008.
2008 does not work this way and this is why it is not greyed out in 2008.

This is all by design. 2003 will be greyed out until the account is actually locked out. Which at that time you can remove the checkbox to unlock the account.

Will.
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