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Enable Active Directory Logon Logoff Audit events

- The Audit logon events policy records all attempts to log on to the local computer whether by using a domain account or a local account. - On Domain Controller this policy records attempts to access the DC only.

Link: https://www.morgantechspace.com/2013/10/enable-active-directory-logonlogoff.html

Actived: Thursday Aug 15, 2019 (2 days ago)

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Audit Policy Recommendations Microsoft Docs

If Domain Admins DAs are forbidden from logging on to computers that are not domain controllers a single occurrence of a DA member logging on to an end-user workstation should generate an alert and be investigated. This type of alert is easy to generate by using the Audit Special Logon event 4964 Special groups have been assigned to a new logon . Other examples of single instance alerts

Link: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/identity/ad-ds/plan/security-best-practices/audit-policy-recommendations

Actived: Friday Oct 14, 2016 (2 years ago)

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How to Audit Successful Logon Logoff and Failed Logons in

The account logon events on the domain controllers are generated for domain account activities whereas these events on the local computers are generated for the local user account activities. Audit Account Logon Events policy defines the auditing of every event generated on a computer which is used to validate the user attempts to log on to or log off from another computer.

Link: https://www.lepide.com/blog/audit-successful-logon-logoff-and-failed-logons-in-activedirectory/

Actived: Monday Aug 12, 2019 (5 days ago)

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Audit logon events Windows 10 Microsoft Docs

Determines whether to audit each instance of a user logging on to or logging off from a device. Account logon events are generated on domain controllers for domain account activity and on local devices for local account activity. If both account logon and logon audit policy categories are enabled

Link: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/security/threat-protection/auditing/basic-audit-logon-events

Actived: Tuesday Apr 18, 2017 (2 years ago)

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Configuring Audit Policy Manually for Domain Controllers

Audit Polices required for Active Directory Auditing Recommend for 2k3 and below Domain Controllers - Audit Account Logon Configure Account Logon Events Success Failure . Audit Logon Logoff Configure Logon Events Success Failure .

Link: https://www.manageengine.com/products/active-directory-audit/help/getting-started/manual-configuration-dc-auditing.html

Actived: Wednesday Aug 14, 2019 (4 days ago)

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Deciphering Authentication Events on Your Domain Controllers

Beginning with Windows 2000 Microsoft introduced a new audit policy called Audit account logon events which solved one of the biggest shortcomings with the Windows security log. Until this new category it was impossible to track logon activity for domain accounts using your domain controllers security logs. This article will explain how to

Link: http://techgenix.com/Deciphering-Authentication-Events-Domain-Controllers/

Actived: Wednesday Aug 14, 2019 (3 days ago)

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How to track users logon logoff - support.microsoft.com

Audit logon events records logons on the PC s targeted by the policy and the results appear in the Security Log on that PC s . Audit Account Logon Events tracks logons to the domain and the results appear in the Security Log on domain controllers only

Link: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/556015

Actived: Wednesday Aug 14, 2019 (4 days ago)

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Cannot generate Account Logon Events Event ID 4624 in

I have configured the Default Domain Controller s policy to log SUCCESS for Account Logon Events in the Server 2008 R2 Domain Controller but these events are not logging in the Security Event log.

Link: https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/8d83470a-bfd4-45a8-a9b8-2619bd57b52c/cannot-generate-account-logon-events-event-id-4624-in-security-event-log-on-server-2008-r2-domain

Actived: Sunday Jul 14, 2019 (1 months ago)

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Following a User s Logon Tracks throughout the Windows Domain

There is a different failure reason for every reason a Windows logon can failure in contrast with the more general result codes generated by the Kerberos domain controller events. If authentication succeeds and the domain controller sends back a TGT the workstation creates a logon session and logs event ID 4624 to the local security log.

Link: https://www.eventtracker.com/blog/2013/july/following-a-users-logon-tracks-throughout-the-windows-domain/

Actived: Thursday Aug 15, 2019 (3 days ago)

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