Is it possible that when installing the FOG service using the SmartInstaller, something in the process cached my active directory credentials and is attempting authentication? I ask because a user has this laptop at home, and when she connects to our VPN, my AD account gets locked. Looking at the AD server logs I see that the lockouts are happening because of failed logins from this particular laptop.
It’s especially weird because I wouldn’t have been able to actually run the installer as a non-admin, but my non-admin account is the only one being affected.
Sorry for pointing the finger at FOG but it’s the only non-commercial software installed on this particular laptop that I installed under my non-admin account. I’m going to look at it tomorrow and perhaps disable the FOG service in an attempt to prevent the password locks.