What is error code 0XC000006D?

2019-08-31 by No Comments

What is error code 0XC000006D?

0XC000006D – “This is either due to a bad username or authentication information” for critical accounts or service accounts. Especially watch for a number of such events in a row. Failure Information\Status or. Failure Information\Sub Status. 0xC000006F – “User logon outside authorized hours”.

What is error code 0x18?

The failure code 0x18 means that the account was already disabled or locked out when the client attempted to authenticate. You need to find the same Event ID with failure code 0x24, which will identify the failed login attempts that caused the account to lock out.

What is error code 0x12?

Failure code 0x12 very specifically means “Clients credentials have been revoked”, which means that this error has happened once the account has been disabled, expired, or locked out.

How do I find out my password reset log?

Open “Event Viewer” ➔ “Windows Logs” ➔ “Security” logs. Search for event ID 4724 in “Security” logs. This ID identifies a user account whose password is reset. You can scroll down to view the details of the user account whose password was reset.

What is event ID in Windows?

Event ID: A Windows identification number that specifies the event type. Source: The program or component that caused the event. Type: The type of event, including information, warning, error, security success audit or security failure audit.

What does logon event mean?

Each logon event specifies the user account that logged on and the time the login took place. You can also see when users logged off. Note: Logon auditing only works on the Professional edition of Windows, so you can’t use this if you have a Home edition.

What are the different Windows logon type?

2: Interactive logon-This is used for a logon at the console of a computer.

  • 3: Network logon-This logon occurs when you access remote file shares or printers.
  • 4: Batch logon-This is used for scheduled tasks.
  • 5: Service logon-This is used for services and service accounts that log on to start a service.