Is there anyway to find out who changed the Domain Mode from mixed to native

Is there anyway to find out who changed the Domain Mode from mixed to native
NaveedAnwarAsked:
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LucFEMEA Server EngineerCommented:
Hi NaveedAnwar,

AFAIK only the highest Administrator can do that, someone correct me on that if I'm wrong.

Greetings,

LucF
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adonis1976Commented:
Naveed:

You should be able to find that out by seeing the System log. You will need to have Domain Admin rights for doing this.

LucF, you dont have to be enterprise admin(highest level) for finding this.
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Casca1Commented:
Well, I beleive LucF meant "Only an Enterprise Admin can do that"... 8-)
Which should be correct.
Ummm, NaveedAnwar, do you have auditing enabled?
If not, now would be a good time to do so... And implement privilege use. That way, you'll know who does what.
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Casca1Commented:
Thanks for the points and grade...
Good luck. If you need any more help, just ask.
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LucFEMEA Server EngineerCommented:
>>Well, I beleive LucF meant "Only an Enterprise Admin can do that"... 8-)
well, that was what I meant, only you explained it much better, I'm not a native english speaker :-(
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Casca1Commented:
Oh, No problem, and I meant no disrespect... Just clarifying for the questioner... 8-)
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LucFEMEA Server EngineerCommented:
Doesn't matter, I'm fine with that. See you around. :o)
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