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Microsoft Windows 2000 before Service Pack 2 (SP2), when running in a non-Windows 2000 domain and using NTLM authentication, and when credentials of an account are locally cached, allows local users to bypass account lockout policies and make an unlimited number of login attempts, aka the "Domain Account Lockout" vulnerability.
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