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What are the Event ID's associated with AD Group Modification?

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I have software that scans event logs at night and give me reports on that.

Can someone tell me what Event ID's are associated with Adding & Removing users from any groups in Active Directory?

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You have to have auditing enabled for any of this to work

List of events here   http://blog.powershell.no/2009/10/11/active-directory-group-membership-modifications-report/

Example screenshot of adding a member in my lab (2008 R2)

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Mike
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