The object access audit policy is a special policy which requires a two-step process to be implemented. In this video, learn how to configure the object access audit policy.
- [Instructor] Typically, if we want to go ahead … and enable auditing, all we have to do is come … into Group Policy and select the particular event … and enable the success and/or failure of that event. … But there is one exception to the rule, … and that is when trying to audit object access, okay? … Everything else, that's all you have to do. … But when it comes to auditing object access, … we have to do a second step. … And the reason why, let's think about this for a minute. … If we look at the screen as it is now, … where auditing object access has been set up, … it's been turned on for successes and failures. … Now this has to do with anybody who's accessing any … of our resources, files, folders, things like that. … Any object in our network. … Could you imagine how long the audit logs will be … if we just turned it on, and it just started auditing … every time somebody accessed anything on the entire network? … Whether they succeeded or failed, there'd be an entry. … That's just too much. …
- Implementing the Encrypting File System (EFS)
- Protecting your servers from malware
- Common network threats
- Implementing IPsec
- Securing file services
- Delegating privileges
- Configuring account lockout policies
- Managing advanced audit policies
Skill Level Intermediate
Windows Server 2019: Implementing Group Policywith Ed Liberman1h 25m Intermediate
Windows Server 2019 Essential Trainingwith Scott M Burrell3h 18m Intermediate
1. Server Hardening
2. Secure the Network
3. Secure File Services
4. Manage Privileged Identities
5. Configure Advanced Audit Policies
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