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IObit Performance Security Utilities Store Support ERROR_EAS_NOT_SUPPORTED 282 (0×11A) - Windows Error Information ERROR_ACCOUNT_RESTRICTION 1327 (0X52F) means: Logon failure: user account restriction. I tested the following code from Windows XP on my own system and it works well. it is highly recommended to take a free scan and fix ERROR_ACCOUNT_RESTRICTION 1327 (0X52F) Windows errors in time. How about Window Vista?? http://projectdataline.com/general/error-ctx-account-restriction.html

There are number of alternatives that never require you to provide a password in clear text. You're missing the point. The description in the MS docs for this error code is "Logon failure: user account restriction. Plz Read it here.

Why vote? There probably isn't many users in this day and age that are dumb enough to be running an account without a password. I have to tell you that the 14 year olds youtube reference and MS bashing is completely unnessary. But logonuser throws error 1326 - invalid user or password.

Originally Posted by brraghava Hi, I am facing the same problem. At a minimum, it makes the code more readable. "A good athlete is the result of a good and worthy opponent." - David Crow"To have a respect for ourselves guides our LogonUser returns error code 1327 when a user has an empty password. So this soluction cannot be recommened Sign In·ViewThread·Permalink Re: Domain user gets locked out Kwon Yong Hwi19-Dec-07 15:35 Kwon Yong Hwi19-Dec-07 15:35 thanks for the comment.

I hope you find it useful! Thanks in advance. Originally Posted by Arjay Ahmd, did you look into the password policy enforcements as I suggested earlier? Why vote?

very interesting... And Windows chose not to serve him in this case. in the U.S. Anand Todkar16-Aug-07 6:01 Anand Todkar16-Aug-07 6:01 Small and sweet...

That is the point. Isn't that clear enough? I'm so fed up with this Windows. Why?

Thank you. weblink Originally Posted by ahmd Arjay, my point is that LogonUser fails when it's used for an account without a password, but it succeeds for an account with a valid user password. So what? In the past I searched Google for how to deal with this, but I could not get anything about it.

Thanks and Regards, Michael Sync ( Blog: http://michaelsync.net) If you want to thank me for my help, please vote my message by clicking one of numbers beside "Rate this message". Originally Posted by ahmd I'm trying to use CreateProcessAsUser to run a program from a service. But after that, I recommend that you supply an account with a password that meets the complexity requirements of whatever policies are in place. navigate here If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above.

We cannot call this function with a NULL password or "". Shouldn't it be opposite? My Code Guru Articles Reply With Quote November 3rd, 2009,05:09 PM #4 ahmd View Profile View Forum Posts Senior Member Join Date Feb 2009 Location Portland, OR Posts 1,488 Re: LogonUser

Why should it succeed for a blank password if a security policy is enabled?

Thanks in advance Sign In·ViewThread·Permalink Re: Domain user gets locked out jamalhaider18-Jun-08 20:52 jamalhaider18-Jun-08 20:52 I second you for this. When you turn your system on without a password, your system infects within a minute. It is unmoderated and operates on the "public virtue" system. Originally Posted by ahmd Arjay, no I didn't do that.

So, I decided to write my own program. The systems my service is running on have several user/public accounts without passwords and one admin account with a password. Why? his comment is here Why not simply require a password?

If a password policy has been set, then you wouldn't expect to be able to call an api and have it work, would you? I converter it to C# easily, the only trick is that you dont need to call the GetLastError Function by declare it as external it is more easy: var error = If the product or version you are looking for is not listed, you can use this search box to search TechNet, the Microsoft Knowledge Base, and TechNet Blogs for more information. Originally Posted by ahmd As for providing a password in a clear form...

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