Enumerate locked out user accounts using Saved Queries
This article provides some step-by-step instructions to enumerate locked out user accounts using Saved Queries.
Original product version: Windows Server 2012 R2
Original KB number: 555131
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Follow these step-by-step instructions to list all currently locked out accounts in a Windows Server 2003 domain:
Sign in to a Domain Controller with administrative privileges in the domain, and open Active Directory Users & Computers.
Right-click Saved Queries and select New > Query.
Give the query a name and optionally a description. Select Define Query.
Select Custom Search from the drop-down dialogue box.
Select Advanced and enter this LDAP filter in the query box:
Select OK twice and the new query appears under the Saved Queries folder in Active Directory Users & Computers.