[Script Of Nov. 28] How to find the location of a locked out user account in Active Directory
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This PowerShell script shows how to find the location of a locked out user account in domain.
There are many reasons causing accounts to be locked out. The user has logged onto another machine, and not logged off. Then, if the user has changed their password while the other machine is logged in, it could be requesting resources using the old (and now incorrect) password. Every time it tries to get a network resource that requires authentication it will cause a bad password attempt. This script can scan where the location of a locked out user account is.
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