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How to wirte a powershell scripting to check the users lockout status
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Dorababu MSenior Software EngineerCommented:
Try this
 Search-ADAccount -Lockedout | Select name 

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What Dorababu has will show all locked out users in the entire domain. If you wish to check if an individual user is locked out use:

Get-ADUser -Identity <username> -Properties Lockedout

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Get-ADUser -Filter {name -eq "<username>" -and Lockedout -eq $true} -Properties Lockedout

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alanlam123Author Commented:
hI Expert

I getting the following errors show in the attachment.
Yeah the <> was a place holder for the username...

Get-ADUser -Identity "Gilbert.teo" -Properties Lockedout

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