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Is there any way of finding out who added a user to a particular security group through LDAP query or any other way. If there is how do I complete the query?
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such operation is not written as a metadata of the object . you can trace it from security event log with event ID 4728 ( for windows server 2008 ) & 632   ( for windows server 2003)
If you don't have Security logs collector such as ( ACS in SCOM ) you may use Microsoft tool eventcombMT.exe
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