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auditpol - to see what is the current setting

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when i tried auditpol command as below to see if the "directory service changes" is Yes or No, i only get it was successfully executed.

C:\Users\jimwe>auditpol /set /subcategory:"directory service changes"
The command was successfully executed.

can you check if it is enabled or not from command line? what exactly happened with my command above?

thanks
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You didn't do anything with that command because you did not add on the switches to change the values.  (/success:enable /failure:enable etc...)

Easiest way (and best because you have a backup) to view all of the settings is to backup all of the settings and then just view them in notepad:

Run from an elevated command prompt.

auditpol /backup /file:auditpolicy.txt

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More reading:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/921469
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thanks Jason.
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