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Posted on 2010-08-19
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I am getting these alerts throughout the day.  i am assuming its some kind of a system process. doesn't seem right.

How do i find out which object was effected? today i setup a script to check which process is responsible for these alerts but which object is effected is more important.

Log: Security
Type: Success Audit
Event: 578
Source: Security
Category: Privilege Use
Username: fsiadmin
Computer: WAWEL01
Description: Privileged object operation:

        Object Server:  Security

        Object Handle:  1644

        Process ID:     5376

        Primary User Name:      fsiadmin

        Primary Domain: WAWELBR02

        Primary Logon ID:       (0x0,0xC8EBC)

        Client User Name:       -

        Client Domain:  -

        Client Logon ID:        -

        Privileges:     SeTakeOwnershipPrivilege
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Please check this description. Maybe it would be useful
http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=578&eventno=199&source=Security&phase=1
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