Using Acctinfo.dll on a 64 bit Platform

Using Acctinfo.dll on a 64 bit Platform

The following steps outline the procedures for installing the Additional Account Info tab on a 64 bit system.
  1. Download Account Lockout and Management Tools from It appears that this link is no longer valid. The file can be located here:
  2. Extract the files. Move or copy acctinfo.dll from to C:\Windows\SysWOW64.
  3. Open a Command Prompt and navigate to C:\Windows\SysWOW64
  4. Run regsvr32 acctinfo.dll.
  5. Open Active Directory Users and Computers in the run dialog box: dsa.msc -32
To ease access to the 32 bit Management Console, a shortcut can be created for dsa.msc -32:
  1. Right click the location where you would like the shortcut to appear.
  2. Choose new shortcut, and set the location to dsa.msc -32.
Note: When registering a 32 bit DLL, you must run the regsvr32.exe file that exists in SysWOW64. By default, running regsvr32.exe will execute the regsvr32.exe from C:\Windows\System32. That executable is 64 bit, and will fail when trying to load a 32 bit DLL.
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  • Teh tools don't appera to be available anymore.

    We are sorry, the page you requested cannot be found.

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  • Yes, it looks like the download link is gone. Thank you for noticing. I have found the necessary file in this download:

    Same procedure applies - install the software, go to the install location (specified during install), and grab acctinfo.dll.

  • I have followed your article. Running "dsa.msc -32" at Windows 8 gives the following error message:

    "An attempt was made to reference a token that doesn't exist".

  • Works fine here!

  • On Windows 8 X64 I also receive:

    "An attempt was made to reference a token that doesn't exist".

    when using the -32 command after the shortcut.

    When I place a space between - and 32, the ADUC MMC launches, but no Addtl ACCTINFO displays when drilling down to the user object and opening it.

  • Thanks. Still works like a charm!

  • As of this date 10/1/14 when following the above directions, in Windows 8.1 I too am getting the error message "An attempt was made to reference a token that does not exist.  Is there anything that works with Windows 8.x?

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