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i am looking for a tool which exactly shows if a user has used the domain account to perform a task?
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by:McKnife
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Please provide more details.
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by:DukewillNukem
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ok,that tool must clearly show that which one of our admins has logged on with his credentials from which computer
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by:McKnife
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The event log on the DC shows who logged on where and when. Or what required info is not included there in?
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by:DukewillNukem
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its not just that: we also need a product that can automatically discover, track, secure and audit privileged accounts throughout our cross-platform enterprise. we need to see which admin or service account is hidden in which system or application such as IIS,SQL,ASP. etc.

its for the purpose of cleaning up
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by:McKnife
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> we need to see which admin or service account is hidden in which system or application such as IIS,SQL,ASP
->then you would like to know what accounts are used for services and scheduled task? Take a look at this freeware: http://www.cjwdev.co.uk/Software/ServiceCredMan/Info.html

For the rest, I am afraid I have no ideas.
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by:gheist
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Force password expiration for "admins" and services will lock them out leaving 120 dB noise in DCs' event logs.
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DukewillNukem earned 0 total points
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found this,looks exactly what we need:
http://www.liebsoft.com/privileged_identity_management/
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by:DukewillNukem
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its what we need
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