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Posted 6/4/2019 5:12:15 PM
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I'm trying to get hopefully a very simple answer. When it comes to a failed login specifically 4625 what does the sub_status code 0x0 mean. Typically that code status for status ok but this is a FAILED login so it can't be ok. Also when you see sub_status 0x0 there is usually a status code telling you why it failed. So what is 0x) in this case?
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Posted 6/5/2019 9:05:22 AM
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please note that this " Typically that code status for status ok" was suppose to read ...

Typically that code STANDS for status ok
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Posted 6/24/2019 3:04:32 PM
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What is the value of the "Status:" Field?
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Posted 7/24/2019 10:35:30 AM
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The status could be anything you would normally see for the sub_status. For the sake of discussion we'll use 0xC0000234. This is account locked out. This is a normal sub_status code and you will see 4625 messages using that sub_status so why throw in sub_status 0X0 and make 0xC0000234 the status ? Ultimately the question is why does 0X0 occur and what's it's meaning.
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