My security log is going into overdrive - please see attached screen shot.
Anyone got any ideas. I think this is causing my machine to periodically lose network connections also
only joking don't have a clue what its doing :S
Seems you have Auditing set to report on everything! have you checked your Local Security Policy?
I have just found out that it happens on all other machines too!
Last edited by KWestos; 4th November 2008 at 04:52 PM.
If it is happening on all machines that would indicate that it is probably a domain based policy, it will be under the computer config > windows settings > security settings > local policies > audit policies of one of your policies.
It may be quickest to run the RSoP snapin on the server or use the gp managment console to make a summary of all the policies that are appling and then see which of your domain policies is set to enable auditing
I have now switched off all policy settings for auditing and I still get all the messages every 3 or 4 minutes - help!
Having stopped all the auditing from active directory, I think I may have solved it. When I stopped them on AD the local policies kicked in and I forgot about these. I have stopped these logging for the time being and it seems to have sorted it. I will probably enable them one by one to get a good balance of logging audits.
What do other people use, i.e. which policies are set.
Jesus - I just realised the time. 22:45 - I've been logged in from home for 4 hours! what a sad git!
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