Posted on 2013-06-11
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Hi Experts, wanted to reach out to some of you for your experience and expertise in trying to identify better ways of tracking auto-logons and failed log-ons.  What are some of the interesting metrics you pull for these categories?  Your input is greatly appreciated.
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The article was great, but not quite what I was looking for.  I'm looking for actual audit suggestions or ideas for capturing metrics for both login failures and account lockouts.

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