user account was locked out after repeated logon failures due to a bad
See event ID 4767 for account unlocked.
This event is logged both for local SAM accounts and domain accounts.
A user account
was locked out.
Was Locked Out:
Computer Name: WIN-R9H529RIO4Y
To unlock a user’s account, find AD user object, open the properties, go to the Account tab, check “Unlock account.
This account is
currently locked out on this Active Directory Domain Controller” and press OK.
Check that the
user account is locked. To do this, run the following PowerShell one-liner:
Get-ADUser -Identity bjackson -Properties
LockedOut | Select-Object samaccountName,Lockedout| ft -AutoSize
The account is
To unlock a
user account, you can use the cmdlet:
Unlock-ADAccount bjackson –Confirm
unlock account press Y, then Enter.
Now the user can login to the domain computer or server under his account. To Unlock Bulk Users Account Download Bulk AD Users Software For Free
4720(S): A user account was created.
4722(S): A user account was enabled.
4723(S, F): An attempt was made to change an account’s password.
4724(S, F): An attempt was made to reset an account’s password.
4725(S): A user account was disabled.
4726(S): A user account was deleted.
4738(S): A user account was changed.
4740(S): A user account was locked out.
4765(S): SID History was added to an account.
4766(F): An attempt to add SID History to an account failed.
4767(S): A user account was unlocked.
4780(S): The ACL was set on accounts which are members of administrators groups.
4781(S): The name of an account was changed.
4794(S, F): An attempt was made to set the Directory Services Restore Mode administrator password.
4798(S): A user’s local group membership was enumerated.
5376(S): Credential Manager credentials were backed up.
5377(S): Credential Manager credentials were restored from a backup.
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