SQL audit login settings

I need a TSQL statement that finds the audit login properties setting is for SQL 2000 and 2005+ servers (be it none, failed logins only, successful logins only or Both ).

Can anyone help?
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Tony303Commented:
Is this a help on the way.

I think SQL 2000 and SQL2005 will reside in a different folder structure, if my memory serves me correctly, so you'll have to do a couple of SQL Statements.

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11367886/how-to-get-sql-server-login-audit-setting-using-t-sql-or-sys-view
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barnescoAuthor Commented:
That's perfect. Thank you.
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