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Regional Settings change log

Posted on 2013-11-26
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Hi,
Someone changed a server's regional settings.
How do I find any log to find who did this.
Thank you
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Changing the setting does not place any event info in the event viewer. However you can manage this in future by using a group policy to set the regional settings. This should at least prevent the setting from being changed or if it is changed it will be reverted.
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I see that there is no event log. I will try to use Group Policy. Thank you very much.
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