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As Microsoft's documentation suggests, Advanced Audit Policy configuration through GPO only works for Windows 2008 R2 and above. On Windows 2008 you must use auditpol.exe to set configure each setting (or subcategory) manually. If you still want to centralise management of the audit configuration through Group Policy you can include the auditpol commands ...
One of the idiosyncrasies about the event logs is that while Application, Security, and System are "Administrative" event logs, the Setup log is an "Operational" event log. That's why not all features and functions apply equally to all of the logs. I don't see an easy, built-in way of setting this via GPO, but there certainly ways to change it if you're ...
I am not sure if your event is INFO|WARNING|ERROR or what... but here... Exec if $raw_event !~ /INFO\s+4663/ drop(); Quick, Use Regex... if my $raw_event equals "2013-11-18 15:23:02 INFO 2013-12-18 15:23:01 ahost.adomain.local INFO 62464 UVD Information" I would use the following to DROP event: Exec if $raw_event =~ /INFO\s+62464/ drop(); Short ...
You can use Remove-EventLog to unregister one or more event sources: Remove-EventLog -Source "My Custom Source" Remove-EventLog -Source "ASource","Another one","CustomApp123"
we can see this article http://www.morgantechspace.com/2013/11/Event-ID-5136-AD-Object-Change-Audit-Event.html to know about event ID 5136 .. it explains how to map old value and new value event
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