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How can I clear a client security event log on local computer by using AD group policy

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In our domain, we get the error message on client machines that security log is full. The user which logon the client machine does not have local administrator right. So I want to clear local computers security events by using Active Directory group policy. Which setting must I have to do?
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Why don't you set it to overwrite as required - then it won't get full
see http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc778402(WS.10).aspx
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I have not seen the result. It will take too much time to whether it worked or not. But I set the policy and it is about what i need. Thank you.
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