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Does the LoginProperty(LOCKOUTTIME) value reset when a locked account is unlocked?


Does the LoginProperty(LOCKOUTTIME) value reset when a locked account is unlocked?

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jasona.work
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I found a script which generates a listing of SQL Logins and information culled from LoginProperty, including the LockoutTime value. What I'm curious to know is, does this value reset to 0 (well, OK, 1900-01-01 00:00:00.000) when a locked account is unlocked?

Now, we currently use the trick of:
alter login [{LoginName}] with check_policy = off;

alter login [{LoginName}] with check_policy = on;


to unlock an account, rather than fuss and fight with having to change the password, then change the password in any application which uses it...
Lazy, I know.

But my question still stands...

Thanks,
Jason
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Never mind, I just spotted a couple accounts with values in there, which are not locked. So I'm inclined towards it does keep the last value.
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