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  • How to find out the account lock happen on which machine or host.

    If an account locked out. i need to find out from which machine the account lock happened.

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    Re: How to find out the account lock happen on which machine or host.

    Google "Account Lockout tools"
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      Re: How to find out the account lock happen on which machine or host.

      The Account Lockout Status tool (lockoutstatus.exe) displays lockout information for a specified user by querying every contactable domain controller (DC) in the user's domain. You can download the Account Lockout Status tool at http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=d1a5ed1d-cd55-4829-a189-99515b0e90f7&displaylang=en.
      To use the tool, you must be running Windows 2000 Service Pack 3 (SP3) or later. To install lockoutstatus.exe, perform the following steps:
      • Download the Account Lockout Status tool, then execute the downloaded lockoutstatus.msi file.
      • Click Next to start the installation wizard.
      • Check "I accept the terms in the license agreement" and click Next.
      • Click Install Now.
      • After installation is complete, click Finish.
      By default, the tool is installed in the C:\program files\windows resource kits\tools folder. Double-click lockoutstatus.exe. From the tool's File menu, click Select Target and enter the user whose status you want to check. You'll see a window which displays the user's lockout information..
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