okay, another option will be to define Local Account Policy for the users
you want to be locked after the expiration.
Check out this setup for Local Account Policy (CoS configuration):
And then, use the settings from this chapter to disable the user account
after the expiration:
On Thu, Sep 17, 2020 at 8:17 AM Eugen Lamers <eugen.lamers(a)br-automation.com>
thanx for your help. But it is rather the other way round: The customer
already has the policy for special users that must not be forced to change
the password. In addition, the customer now wants "normal" users to be
completely locked out when the password has expired, only administrators
may then be able to change the user's password and enable the user's login.
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