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best way to monitor changes to active directory groups and exchange mailboxes

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what is the best way to monitor access rights to mailboxes and AD groups
if an admin gives themselves full access to open an other users mailbox or adds themselves to a group
what is the best way to monitor these changes
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On the Exchange side by Default is enable the Admin Audit log, this register every operation made by the Administrator in the Exchange Organization.
For a best understanding about this log please follow this link

Exchange also have a functionality to audit specific mailboxes.

You can also enable Windows security Auditing in the Domain member Servers to audit actions or changes in your organization.

For Windows Security Auditing check this link for a better overview and understanding

Or you can use third party tools to do that for you such as the ADaudit for members of Active Directory
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