Title: userAccountControl 544

I think I’ve figured it out.  J  Thanks all.


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Sent: Monday, October 16, 2006 11:57 AM
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Subject: [ActiveDir] userAccountControl 544


Trying to understand this value.  Seeing it set on some of my user objects.  So … 512 would be a normal user but 32 means that no password is required.  When a new user object is created, my understanding (by reading quite a few threads) is that 544 is the default uac.  Does this sound right?

Is there a point when something doesn’t need to listen to domain policy?  It should fail to meet standards by the password length… now, I’m not sure how I can verify the actual password is set to nothing.  One on particular account, I’ve tried logging in with a blank password but get a bad password failure.

Thanks all!

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