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Exchange Folder and User Logon Auditing 2007

Posted on 2011-03-23
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We have an Exchange Server we upgraded from 2003.
I want to track\audit users logons and folder access.

So I setup to the reg keys for 9074 Folder Access and 9015 Logons.

I set the value to low hex = 1

Cool I am getting events in the Application folder. I confirm the level of auditing is set to low,
but wow the number of events is huge. I am going to need a very large event file to keep from
events wrapping even for a day...

The problem is, all the "Success Audit" entries are flooding the Application log...

So my questions is this; can I set Exchange such that those events log to a separate log?
That way I am not rolling the application event log so frequently....

Any help greatly appreciated.
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UnfortunAtely not, you can use another tools to consolidate and archive these logs like scom
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