Windows Server 2012 logs

OS= Windows Server 2012

In AD, if I have an OU name changed from "OU=users" to "OU=Users", which log would I find this?
WPC479Asked:
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Steven CarnahanNetwork ManagerCommented:
I think that if you have auditing turned on then I think you can look in the security log for Event ID 5139.
WPC479Author Commented:
5139 isn't correct in this.
I found the following list from a few locations, when auditing is turned on.
Open Event viewer and filter Security log to find event id’s (Windows Server 2003/2008-2012):
- 631, 635, 648, 653, 658, 663/4727, 4731, 4754 , 4759, 4744, 4749 – Group created
- 632, 636, 650, 655, 660, 665/4728, 4732, 4756 , 4761, 4746, 4751 – Member added to a group
- 633, 637, 651, 656, 661, 666/4729, 4733, 4757, 4762, 4747, 4752 – Member removed from a group
- 634, 638, 652, 662, 667, 657/4730, 4734, 4758, 4748, 4753, 4763 – Group deleted
- 639, 641, 649, 654, 659, 664/4735, 4737, 4745, 4750, 4755, 4760 – Group changed
- 566/4662 - An operation was performed on an object(OU Changes) (Type: Directory Service Access).
Steven CarnahanNetwork ManagerCommented:
I didn't give you enough information.  You want to look for the pair of entries:  5139 and 5136

5139 shows deletion and 5136 shows creation.  When you rename an OU it is actually a 2 step process.

for further information please read:  https://ithompson.wordpress.com/tag/organizational-unit-rename/

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WPC479Author Commented:
That is awesome!
Thanks pony10us
Steven CarnahanNetwork ManagerCommented:
Glad I could help.  

Sorry I didn't give you all the information in the first response.  We are a bit busy here and so I rushed my answer.  I should know better.  :(
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