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On Windows 2003/2008 domain controller:

  1. Do you have to turn on audit policy in order to see user logon/logoff information (success or failure, time & account name) in the event logs?

  2. Are audit policies on by default on Windows 2003/2008 DC? By "on", I mean auditing (success/failure) for user logon/logoff information.

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  1. Yes

  2. No

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