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find audit of users removed from admin group

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does event viewer track when users are removed from admin group in OS R2? if so, where can we find it?

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If you are talking about 2008 R2 it would be in the security event log if AD auditing is enabled and if you are talking about the AD administrators group as the group where the user was removed from.
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how can i confirm if AD auditing is enabled? and what would the event name be?
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thanks alreadyinuse- it helped to set it up.
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