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  • nmcnulty
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    Re: User account data reliability

    Excellent, thanks, that answers my question.

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  • kstanush
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    The usri3_password_age element is where this information is returned at:
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa371338.aspx

    You should be able to see similar information if you go to a command prompt on the workstation/server and issue the command:

    net user <username>

    The Net User command presumably uses the same method to retrieve this data.

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  • nmcnulty
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    Re: User account data reliability

    Anything more specific than that or just "it gets it from Windows"? Any idea where in the OS it pulls the tag?

    Thanks

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Hyena gets it's data from Windows, so for whatever reason that is the data Windows has for those accounts.

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  • nmcnulty
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    User account data reliability

    Hello,

    Could someone tell me how Hyena populates it's data for reporting user account data, specifically, the password reset info. Doing some housekeeping, and many of the accounts have "Password never changed (60 days until expiration)", insinuating that these accounts were created, but never used. I find this unlikely with the large amount I have found, though not impossible.

    I am about to disable the lot of them, but I wanted a little better understanding on where that flag comes from in Hyena. These are NT4 users(the housekeeping is part of a much-delayed migration project).

    Thanks
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