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Java Administrator account locks frequently

In our java only system, the administrator user (and others) lock frequently with failed logins. Is there a way to determine the source of the lock, such as the originating IP address?

We have a complex landscape, and as of yet have been unable to find a RFC or other connection with invalid credentials.

Thank you.

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    Posted on Feb 24, 2009 at 10:16 PM

    I found the answer myself. It is logged:

    usr\sap\<sid>\<instance>\cluster\server0\log\system\security.0.log

    com.sap.security.core.util.SecurityAudit#Plain###Guest | LOGIN.ERROR | NONE = null | | Login Method=[default], UserID=[adminstrator], IP Address=[xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx], Reason=[Authentication did not succeed.]

    Hope this helps someone else.

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