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Posted on 2009-04-02
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I am setting up auditing for a active directory environment. I need to know what to do to correlate all teh events to a server or two. I am using a product called sentinel to access teh event logs over WMI. what do I have the ad administrator do on the ad side to make sure he has a plociy to collect ad events on his domain controller or is this in the DC event log by default
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He needs to have auditing turned on for whichever events you want to audit, e.g. logon failure, logon success, object access, etc.

If any of the audited events occur, they get logged in the security log.

Audit logging is turned on/modified either via Local Security Policy for stand alone servers or through Group policy for domain members, domain controllers, etc.
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