Event ID 532 – Logon Failure: The Specified User Account Has Expired
|Description||Logon failure – The specified user account has expired|
Event 532 is generated when the user's attempt to logon fails because the user's account has expired. This event is generated only for domain accounts, and not local accounts. This event is not to be confused with password expiration, which has the ID 535.
This log data provides the following information:
- User Name
- Logon Type
- Logon Process
- Authentication Package
- Workstation Name
Additionally, in Windows Server 2003, the following information is also made available:
- Caller User Name
- Caller Domain
- Caller Logon ID
- Caller Process ID
- Transited Services
- Source Network Address
- Source Port
Why does event ID 532 need to be monitored?
- To detect brute-force, dictionary, and other password guess attacks.
- To detect abnormal and possibly malicious internal activity.
- To come up with a benchmark for the account lockout threshold policy.
- To ensure compliance with regulatory mandates.
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Event 532 applies to the following operating systems:
- Windows Server 2000
- Windows 2003 and XP
Corresponding event ID in Windows 2008 and Windows Vista is 4625
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