יום שני 12 מרץ 2012 15:38
more and more users in our environment use Windows 7 x64 Enterprise.
Sometimes users complain that their account gets locked often. By researching this we sometimes find out that their local computer is the reason.
Under XP we have the option to use alockout.dll to generate a logfile which tells us the application which is respnsible for the lockout.
Is the such a dll for Winwows 7 (espacially x64)? Please do not give those tipps like "look for maped network drives" or " look for services that run under user context". It's not that easy. I'm talking about that situations where you just can't find anything obvious on the local computer; just the log entry on the dc that the local maschine sent the wrong password.
יום שני 19 מרץ 2012 03:01
Based on my knowledge, alockout.dll is a part of Account Lockout and Management Tools, you could download it from the following website.
Thanks for understanding.
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יום שני 19 מרץ 2012 08:38
you are right, but this tools are from 2003 and this dll is not compatible to Windows 7 (both 32bit and 64bit).
Other tools work, but not this dll.
יום רביעי 04 אפריל 2012 19:56Hi, I am having the same issue and am looking for the equivalent of alockout.dll for win 7 x64. Trying to troubleshoot a difficult lockout issue that I cannot seem to find the program/service that is responsible for passing old/bad password.
יום שני 09 אפריל 2012 22:25
Same problem here! Is there another way to know which process is doing the locking?
- נערך על-ידי Ari3lVS יום שני 09 אפריל 2012 22:28
יום רביעי 30 מאי 2012 15:27
Any news on that? I could really use alockout.dll for Win7 x32 or something similar.
יום שלישי 19 יוני 2012 21:35I also need a way to troubleshoot which process is causing the lockouts on a user's computer and we are a completely Windows 7 x64 environment.
יום שני 08 אוקטובר 2012 14:45Add me to the list.
יום רביעי 24 אוקטובר 2012 01:39I find I need the same as well. Instead I was for told to look at using TCPview.exe
יום שישי 23 נובמבר 2012 09:50I have the same issue
יום חמישי 27 דצמבר 2012 10:11
Apart from all the links given you can use a third party utility tool such as Netwrix Account lock examiner tool.
Chaeck out this link
Else you can Lepide Active Directory Self service tool also for the same