SekChek for Windows: Glossary for Table _All_User_Accounts

The following table defines the columns displayed in table _All_User_Accounts. The table is contained in the MS-Access database or MS-Excel document, which forms part of your SekChek report.



Account Name

The name of the user account.

Full Name

The full name of the user.


A comment to associate with the user account.

User Comment

A user comment.


The privilege held by the account: 0 = Guest; 1 = User; 2 = Administrator.

Account Disabled

Indicates whether the account is disabled.

Account Locked Out

Indicates whether the account is locked out due to repeated failed logon attempts.

Bad Password Count

The number of times the user tried to log on to the account using an incorrect password.

Account Expiry

The date and time when the account expires.

Password Age

The number of days since the password was last changed.

User Cannot Change Password

If Yes: The user cannot change the password.

Password Never Expires

If Yes: The password will never expire on the account.

Last Logon

The date and time when the last logon occurred.

Successful Logons

The number of times the user logged on successfully to this account.

Logon Server

The name of the server to which logon requests are sent. \\* indicates that the logon request can be handled by any logon server.


Reserved for use by applications.

Max Disk Space

The maximum amount of disk space the user can use.

Country Code

The country/region code for the user’s language of choice.

Code Page

The code page for the user’s language of choice.


The path to the user’s profile. This value can be blank, a local absolute path, or a UNC path.

Home Directory Required

Indicates whether the home directory is required.

Home Dir Drive

The drive letter assigned to the user’s home directory for logon purposes.

Home Directory

The path of the home directory of the user.

Logon Script Required

The logon script executed.

Logon Script Path

The path for the user's logon script file. The script file can be a .CMD file, an .EXE file, or a .BAT file.

Normal Account

Indicates whether the account is a default account type that represents a typical user

Local User Account

Indicates whether the account is for a user whose primary account is in another domain.


The unique relative identifier for the account.

Primary Group Id

The relative identifier (RID) for the primary group of the user.

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