AD Lockout when user's computers resume from sleep

AD environment with Kerberos.  We are noticing an increased level of AD lockouts.  Users are stating this occurs after they wake their computers from sleep or move from one area of the campus to another (via WiFi).  AD account is locked and logs indicate KERBEROS failure.  

Any input on which path to go down?  Once the computer is back up and the AD account is unlocked the issues will not present itself again until the laptop is woken up again after some time (usually the next day).
Sean WilliamsAsked:
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
What is your password policy set to for the amount of failed login attempts?

Do you have Directory Service Logging Enabled?

Is the machine actually locking out from the machine that was asleep?

Enabled Directory Service Auditing

Also checkout Active Directory Auditing by Lepide which will help you pin-point where it is locking out exactly.

Sean WilliamsAuthor Commented:
-We allow 5 failed attempts within a short time period.

-Service logging is enabled- not source IP or hostname is showing in the events.

-Machine is not locking while asleep- but when it resumes within a few minutes they lock out
Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
If you have all of the correct logging enabled it should show where the account is locking out on IP and or Host name. If it does not then not all of the correct logging has been configured.

Sean WilliamsAuthor Commented:
Issue was found to be from routing, thus explaining why the Kerberos client addresses were not correct in the logs.

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