All domain login accounts locked out

All domain login accounts locked out

Post by Dinh » Tue, 29 Oct 2002 18:05:45



Hi All.

For the last 2 months all my domain accounts locked out 3
times, included 1 time today.

I got 2 domain controllers in single active directory
tree, and they are both configured as Global catalogs and
DNS servers.

Also the an old NT4 domain running exchange 5.5 which is
not yet migrate to exchange 2000.

the old (NT 4) and new (windows 2000) are set up 2 ways
trust to one another.

Please help.

 
 
 

All domain login accounts locked out

Post by Brjann Brekka » Tue, 29 Oct 2002 22:29:34


Have you checked yout audit logs for intrusion attempts, is someone hacking
your passwords? Any services that use the accounts, check password there in
that case.

Brjann Brekkan

Quote:> Hi All.

> For the last 2 months all my domain accounts locked out 3
> times, included 1 time today.

> I got 2 domain controllers in single active directory
> tree, and they are both configured as Global catalogs and
> DNS servers.

> Also the an old NT4 domain running exchange 5.5 which is
> not yet migrate to exchange 2000.

> the old (NT 4) and new (windows 2000) are set up 2 ways
> trust to one another.

> Please help.


 
 
 

All domain login accounts locked out

Post by Chris Arsenaul » Wed, 30 Oct 2002 01:51:42


Sounds like someone is either running audit software or
lopht crack on your network or within your IT group.

Quote:>-----Original Message-----
>Hi All.

>For the last 2 months all my domain accounts locked out
3
>times, included 1 time today.

>I got 2 domain controllers in single active directory
>tree, and they are both configured as Global catalogs
and
>DNS servers.

>Also the an old NT4 domain running exchange 5.5 which is
>not yet migrate to exchange 2000.

>the old (NT 4) and new (windows 2000) are set up 2 ways
>trust to one another.

>Please help.
>.

 
 
 

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