How do you do....it? Thread, Track Active Directory Changes? in Technical; Hi, not sure if this is even possible but figured if anyone knows it'll be you guys!
I'm wondering if ...
8th January 2009, 12:04 PM #1
Track Active Directory Changes?
Hi, not sure if this is even possible but figured if anyone knows it'll be you guys!
I'm wondering if there is any way to track changes made to active directory, such as password changes, account creation/deletion etc.
8th January 2009, 12:15 PM #2
Yer, it's called Event Viewer.
8th January 2009, 12:27 PM #3
You have to enable AD tracking in Event Viewer.
Originally Posted by matt40k
9th January 2009, 12:31 PM #4
12th June 2014, 01:25 PM #5
Microsoft Advanced Group Policy Management for Windows Enterprise will give you control over the creation of group policy as well so that you don't end up pushing out bad configured objects.
12th June 2014, 09:52 PM #6
- Rep Power
These people do a number of free. / paid products for tracking/change management.
Not tried this one yet but I am working through their freebies.
12th June 2014, 10:19 PM #7
Plus one for this, been using it for 3 years. Really helpful for change management and history
Originally Posted by plexer
13th June 2014, 09:54 AM #8
Ossec parses the event logs and alerts us (though it's overkill if that's all you want).
Decent-ish intro here: https://raymii.org/s/tutorials/OSSEC...on_Ubuntu.html
5th September 2014, 08:25 AM #9
- Rep Power
This page describe how to track and monitor AD changes based on the security event. This solution uses the windows event forwarding, scheduled task triggered by event ID and offer an interface to organize them and find them quickly. The advantage is also to keep an history and it is free. Here : http://www.shellandco.net/audit-the-active-directory/
Thanks to nicoh from:
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