Locate Server locking out my AD account

While on holiday my admin AD account was locked out.  Since then it gets locked out two or three times a day.

My guess is someone has followed a setup guide I've made and used my account as part of the process.

Does anyone know of an easy way to locate which machine (i'm pretty sure it'll be a server) is being used to make the login attempt?


Many thanks
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detox1978Asked:
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Also check the domain controllers event logs. go to security events and filter with event id 4740 , it will give you the exact computer name from where your account is getting locked out.
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detox1978Author Commented:
Many thanks.

The account is not locked at the moment , so I grabbed the info via the 4740
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