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Are event id's the same in AD 2003 as 2008

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Are the event ID's in AD2008 the same as 2003. I used to lok at 624 and 626 and 630 for add and deletes of user in AD. I upgraded to a 2008 Ad and now I cant find those ID's after I add or delete someone.
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Mike Kline earned 400 total points
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Yeah they changed, bookmark Randy's site

http://www.ultimatewindowssecurity.com/securitylog/encyclopedia/Default.aspx

You can lookup the older event you know and he will give you the corresponding 2008 event(s)

Thanks

Mike
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just what i needed thanks!
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