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Posted on 2009-07-04
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I want to change an Administrator password for domain administrator, how can i run an audit on the network to determing the services,schedule tasks etc. that use the username/password of the account(s). Want to ensure these applications are not prevented from working properly.
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by:rizwanidrees
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Use event viewer logs, filter all with the user name administrator, export it excel and group by application
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by:ashdennis
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do it from the domain controller or from each server.
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is there a tool i can use to capture event logs from all machines.
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you have to do it for application log of each server
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In event viewer right click and connect to another computer to see log of that system.
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