Security Basics
Re: Windows "Object Access" auditing Sep 18 2012 06:32PM
Glen GlenVictor com
Auditing Profiles will generate many noise events from the System and Network accounts, so it might be better to limit your target to Authenticated Users.

One solution is to DENY READ access to the Auditing GPO for the Management team.

A second solution is to write a WMI/VBScript/Powershell script to exclude the GPO from the usernames - if the profile name matches the logon name, if they don't match, then some programming would be necessary.

A third solution is to gather all the events into a Db and then filter.

I hope this helps.

Glen Victor

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