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What is userAccountControl attribute in AD?

What is userAccountControl attribute in AD?

The Active Directory attribute userAccountControl contains a range of flags which define some important basic properties of a user object. These flags can also be used to request or change the status of an account.

What userAccountControl 544?

UserAccountControl value 544 means that the account is enabled but must to change password on next logon.

What is the purpose of User Account Control?

User Account Control (UAC) helps prevent malware from damaging a PC and helps organizations deploy a better-managed desktop. With UAC, apps and tasks always run in the security context of a non-administrator account, unless an administrator specifically authorizes administrator-level access to the system.

What does Passwd_notreqd mean?

PASSWD_NOTREQD – No password is required.

What does useraccountcontrol Code-Active Directory mean?

userAccountControl Code – Active Directory userAccountControl Code Meaning 512 Enabled 514 ACCOUNTDISABLE 528 Enabled – LOCKOUT 530 ACCOUNTDISABLE – LOCKOUT

How does the LDAP attribute for useraccountcontrol work?

The LDAp attribute (useraccountControl) returns different values depending on the configuration of the user account.

How can I find the value of useraccountcontrol?

When querying the full set of properties of an object, the value of UserAccountControl can be examined and interpreted to determine additional properties of the object. The following table shows common values for the UserAccountControl property.

Is the disabled bit set in useraccountcontrol?

No. The attribute is a bitmask. You need to check that the disabled bit isn’t set using the links Tobias provided. I now see 512, 66048, etc in the ‘userAccountControl’ attribute in the MV. I guess the next step would be to export this into the Portal, and create the relevant Set. thank you everyone! The code below might help.