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Profile locked out

When i try to log on, it says the my profile has been locked out and to contact my administrator

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YES dear your user account has been locked . if you are connect by domain so tell to IT person if you''re not so open by administrator user and and follow some step .
Right click on my computer ==> Manage > user and groups >find you user>duble click > uncheck from lock user.

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