Persistent lockouts

Andrew H 0 Reputation points

Persistent lockouts

I deployed a new computer to a end user and now I am dealing with a persistent lockout issue. It seems to be related to Remote Desktop. I have performed the following steps:

-Cleared Credential Manger

-Verified no saved passwords in Microsoft Edge & Google Chrome

-Revoked 2FA token

-Signed out of all sessions

-Force log out of Remote Desktop

-Monitor sign in logs

-Checked Lockoutstatus.exe for server

-Checked Event Viewer for the server mentioned in Lockoutstatus.exe (e.g. event 4740)

-Installed the latest Windows Updates and Dell SupportAssist Driver updates

-Updated RemoteApps

-gpupdate /force

-Sync via Settings app

-Instructed the end user to signout instead of closing the window

The end user is locked out very approximately every hour. I am running out of ideas. Is there anything I missed? I don't have too much experience with Remote Desktop, but is there a way for an admin for force the log out? I reached out to a co-worker. I was told it was performed, but it did not resolve the issue.

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  1. Gary Reynolds 9,391 Reputation points

    Have a look at this post, if the account is being locked by a remote session the report will include the machines in the authentication path, which might help identify which machine the invalid authentication request is coming from.

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  2. Andrew H 0 Reputation points

    Thank you for the response. I will check out the article and give it a try.

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