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Posted on 2014-03-13
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hi experts..

I want to create task schedule to kill the session of internet explorer every 5 minutes after when the security event generate. Security event 4663.

it was working before, not it is not working.
not sure what need to be changed in the policy or settings.
can you please help me .....
also please share when an security event 4663 will be generated by PC.
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Open the Group Policy settings.
Enable Auditing File System.
Advanced Audit Policy Settings.,
Object Access - > Enable Audit File System.
Global Object Access Auditing - File System. Enable the user account and object to be audited. After doing this the event 4663 has been generated.
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