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Find Location of Locked Out Accounts

I'm Locked Out, Help!

If you've been a sys admin for more than a week you've probably heard this..."I'm locked-out, help!".  Normally the user has made their way to your cube and is impatiently tapping their foot waiting for you to magically solve there problem.  So you find their account, reset their password and everything is right with the world...Or is it?  Two minutes later they show up again because their account was locked-out before they even got back to their desk.  Now what do you do?

There are several ways to go about finding this information, some MUCH better than others.  Since we are all PowerShell people (or at least stayed at a Holiday Inn Express) that will be our method of choice.  If you want to read more click on the link below, but if you just want to get to the script you can follow this link to my downloads page.

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Find Location of Locked Out Accounts

If you have some comments, questions or advice I'm happy to hear it.  Thanks for reading and I hope everyone likes the article.



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