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Audit Policy - making PC clients report security events to domain controller

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I am looking to reduce licence costs for audit clients, we only need certain security events recorded.  In the past I had details of how to make PC clients report security events to the domain controller, this allowed us to record the domain controller event log and capture all the info.

can anyone advise how to configure this.

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