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group policy to audit users using a certain application

Posted on 2007-11-14
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Hi,

quick question. We have a cad software running on one of our servers. Not too long ago we had someon do something in the application that they were not suppose to. I would like to set up logging to see who was in the application and when. I know this can be done via gpo, but can't remember how to do it for one a specific application.

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GPO does not enable auditing of applications, it will allow you to audit object access but not application access
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so do you know of a way that I can?

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nope - not unless the application itself supports it
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