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This is definitely not the default behavior as pointed here. In your case the domain admin is using third party script or tool which is achieving that behavior. You should investigate this further, by examining your gpo and the installed programs on your dc server.


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I don't recall an account being locked when the user forgot to change the password before the deadline (I know this happens a lot in hardened Linux servers though). In case it really did happen, assuming you have domain administrator access, you can: Login your domain controller as domain admin Open up "Active Directory Users and Computers" Go to "Users" ...


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If the BIOS administrator password has been set is cannot be removed without changing the motherboard or returning it to Lenovo. This is by design to protect the computer from unauthorised access. Your reasoning might be entirely legitimate but the password cannot be removed. We use Lenovo equipment and have had the same (in the UK). The device has a new ...


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To eliminate problem of someone locking the screen when PC set to auto logon. Set the PC to use a PIN to logon Put a sticker on PC with PIN written on it Not perfect but doesn't expose account password.


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Reboot again as safemode: Open cmd(with privilegies) type "net user %username% %password% /enable:yes" type "net user %username% %password% /active:yes" If this isn't working i would recomend to create a new Admin account and send all your important files to the new recent new account.



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