+ 0 Votes example of test CCNA2 jewuk_bali 6 years ago please help me how can i get example test of ccna 2 v2.1 + 0 Votes Hire a proper IT Admin DaveDXB 6 years ago Thats the solution + 0 Votes what's the lockout policy CG IT 6 years ago and what are in the domain security logs? is there a lot of failed logon attempts? typically wrong user name or password lockout policy is anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes. complete lockout requires an admin to go into AD Users and Computers/her user account and manually lock the account. + 0 Votes virus. as CG says, what is in the event logs please sgt_shultz 6 years ago a virus or a hacker fits your symptoms. + 0 Votes Has this always happened? neilb@uk Updated - 6 years ago Or can you track down when it started to something like a password change? This can cause this issue if the user has a scheduled task that's trying to run with her as the user or a drive mapping on another PC is trying to re-establish using the old password. Edited to add some helpers... http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&familyid=7af2e69c-91f3-4e63-8629-b999adde0b9e + 0 Votes OFFICE PRANK a.southern 6 years ago Has she been annoying any of her collegues lately? One brilliant practical joke is to go to a non-descript terminal and put her logon name in and "alsdfhas" "asldfhafd" and "qlretjh" as her password three consecutive times. Most systems will then lock the account. Brilliant "joke" to play on your collegues, especially if the first time you do it, wait behind their desk and after it says "Account locked out" go up to them and tell them Bill Jones from Personnel/HR was here asking about them.......... -AS + 0 Votes Account Lockout rcassel 6 years ago If the user has manually mounted a drive on another PC with his or her User ID and an old password the account will be locked out after a few hours. + 0 Votes Passwords lyle 6 years ago Many users type the password incorrectly or do not remember it. How many tries does she get before being locked out? Is she in the habit of always having the Caps Lock on? Also with many systems requiring several passwords - Domain, AS/400, Firewall, etc. it is easy to confuse even appearantly savvy users as to which password is used when. + 0 Votes Has user login into server or other computer? bmacias 6 years ago Has the user logged into another computer or server (terminal Server) since last password change? I don't suppose you have any logging or alert system turned on that would tell you which machine is making the calls (You using sitescope)? The Lockout could be caused by a service or schedule task running with user's old credentials (I hold company lock out record for that one). + 0 Votes Saved passwords? bconley 6 years ago Perhaps at some point she saved a password that authenticates her to some domain resource such as authenticating to a file share or IIS site. We have a analytical cell counter instrument that uses IIS. + 0 Votes Things that worked for me..... cawallace007 6 years ago This has only happened after a password change for my users, including myself. It gets fixed by doing the following, not sure which one. Turn off cache mode in MS Outlook. Delete and recreate any printers or drive mappings that were created locally versus through domain login.