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how to find out suspicious atta is on default rdp port 3389 on server ?

got a server 2012
got a port forwarding to the server to  access from external . it’s just using default internal port 3389 on server
if I want to find out is there any suspicious attacks going on my rdp port . how do I find out? any particular event Id I need to look for ?
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Port forwarding and allowing unfiltered access to Remote Desktop IMO is asking for trouble

Personally I would never do this unless a UTM device such as Sonicwall, Fortinet Etc was being used and access was allowed for approved IP's only

This would also provide more robust logging and protection options
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hi david ,
if I enable the group policy for that setting on the domain controller ou (which has 2 dc).

do I need to login to each dc to check login attempts, ??
or if I login to first dc can I check the login attempts of seconds dc ?

or if I enable same policy on computer OU. same question: from dc can I see all login attempts of all computers or do I need to login to each pc to check login attempts ?
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