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Hi, is there to check who set up a user account in Activie directory 2003

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by:Sikhumbuzo Ntsada
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If they are  connecting via VNC or RDP you can check on the event viewer which PC  logged on to the server around the period before the user name was created. Otherwise, you are on your own!
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by:Chris Dent
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If you have audit logging configured (before the user was created) then you can check your security logs (assuming the account was created recently and the log still exists).

If not, there's very little you can do.

Chris
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Miguel Angel Perez Muñoz earned 500 total points
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Open active directory users and computers console, go to view, advanced features.

Go to computer object, letf button, properties, security, advanced and look owner. On most cases, owner are the object creator.
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