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  • How do you "lock out" an account

    AD profile : the "Account" tab

    how do I manual get a x in "Account is locket out"

    regards LnQ

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    Re: How do you "lock out" an account

    Try logging in with that account and use the wrong password
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    • #3
      Re: How do you "lock out" an account

      isnt there a smarter way to do that...script or something...

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      • #4
        Re: How do you "lock out" an account

        No. But you could have a script try to map a drive three times with the wrong password...?

        Only Windows can set this flag AFAIK, a mere system admin can't. That's why they provided a separate "Disable Account" function.


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