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We used to run AD Audit and it would provide additional details on what was locking a user's account (workstation name, application, etc...). Is there are way with Adaxes to generate a report with additional information on what is locking an account? Or a way to pull historical data on locked accounts?

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Hello,

You can use the built-in Locked out users report to check currently locked users and their lock out time. By default, the report is located in container Reports\All Reports\Users\Account Status. Unfortunately, there is no possibility to obtain additional information or view pull historical data as accounts are being locked on Active Directory side and the operation does not go through Adaxes.

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