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ADAudit Plus is an award winning, centralized logging architecture auditing solution which allows Microsoft Windows environment administrators to view, monitor, archive and get real-time alerts along with thorough audit reports of the Windows security log events. The security log contains records of security-related events specified by the system's audit policy. Administrators can detect and track attempted and successful unauthorized activity and to troubleshoot problems. Examples of security events include authentication events, audit events, unauthorized events and these events are stored in operating systems' security logs.
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|Critical Windows Security event logs that need auditing|
|4768 / 4771||Account logon success / failure|
|4624 / 4625||Local logon success / failure|
|4647||User initiated logoff|
|4778 / 4779||Terminal service session reconnected / disconnected|
|5136 / 5137||AD object modification / creation / move|
|5139 / 5141||AD object moved / deleted|
|4670||Permission change with old & new attributes|
|4663 / 4659, 4660||File access / deletion|
The immeasurable number of loggable events mean analyzing the security event log can be a time-consuming task. If you wish to audit successes, audit failures, or not audit this type of event at all, you need to define the required advanced audit policy under local security settings, ensuring only the needed security logs for auditing are collected, guaranteeing the disk space does not fill fast with unwanted logs.
Here are the recommended security events to be set to audit, which are under the advanced audit policy settings: For Domain controllers | For Windows file servers | For Windows member servers | For Windows workstations
|Listed below are the various advanced audit policy categories|
|Account Logon||Document attempts to authenticate account data on a domain controller or on a local Security Accounts Manager (SAM).|
|Account Management||Monitor changes to user and computer accounts and groups.|
|Detailed Tracking||Monitor the activities of individual applications and users on that computer.|
|Directory Services Access||View a detailed audit trail of attempts to access and modify objects in Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS).|
|Logon / Logoff||Track attempts to log on to a computer interactively or over a network. These events are particularly useful for tracking user activity and identifying potential attacks on network resources.|
|Object Access||Track attempts to access specific objects or types of objects on a network or computer.|
|Policy Change||Track changes and attempts to change important security policies on a local system or network.|
|Privilege Use||Track permissions granted on a network for users or computers to complete defined tasks.|
|System||Monitor system-level changes to a computer that are not included in other categories and that have potential security implications.|
|Global Object Access Auditing||Administrators can define computer system access control lists (SACLs) per object type for the file system or for the registry.|
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