Registry Tip : User Cannot Log On to LAN Because of RAS Logon Failures

When you attempt to log on to your local area network (LAN), you may receive the
following error message:

Unable to log you on because your account has been locked out, please contact
your administrator.

This error may occur even though you have not previously failed any logon
attempts. With the Account Lockout feature enabled in User Manager, unsuccessful
attempts to log on to the network through a Remote Access Service (RAS)
connection will trigger the lockout. This prevents you from logging on to the
LAN. The resolution introduces a new feature called Remote Access Account
Lockout Manager (RAALM), which separates the two lockout mechanisms : Q177125

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