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Local Security Policy

By brindhasridhar ·
Actually i want to set the auditing for my windows 2000 professional system. i set it thro the local security policy. but it didn't audit the objects.
I also set auditing to my server thro Active directory and it working fine. From help, I know that if domain level security was setted, it will override the local security. But i want to audit both server and workstation. Wheather its also setted in domain i.e. thro active directory in server. how to do that?

TKS in advance

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by p.j.hutchison In reply to Local Security Policy

There are 2 parts on auditing objects:

1. Tell it which objects to audit.
Open properties of the folder in question, click Security tab, Advanced then Audit tab, add which groups of users to audit (you can use Everyone if you wish).
2. Use Local Security Policy (or Group Policy if in a domain) to enable the policy.

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by SysEngineer In reply to Local Security Policy

How do you know its not auditing your objects...?In addition to P.J.'s response you can view all audited objects under the Event Viewer > Security.

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