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HOw many computers are in the domain and how many computers are having this issue?
If this is happening to only one computer, then probably use has their old password ***** somewhere on the PC.
Try going to "Credentials" and see if there is anything saved here.
usually it happens when user tries to access resource with incorrect password ***** many times.
You can unlock that user from AD Users and Computers.
Also, it could be that someone else is trying to access network with that user's username and locking that user out.
check in logs on the DC to see if anything comes up with that user there
Event Viewer would do
I recommend my customers using Netwrix for this type of tracking/logging, but as far as powerhell - I am not sure, I will opt out and another expert might have an idea
Hi Werner here
Can you check on the affected pc in event viewer under Security logs for Event ID 4625
It will give you more details.