If you are a seasoned administrator or a network engineer, move on to part II and learn to set up Event Logs monitoring.
Event logs are local files recording all the 'happenings' on the system and it includes accessing, deleting, adding a file or an application, modifying the system's date, shuting down the system, changing the system configuration, etc.
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The following sections provide more details on Windows Event Logs and what mandates their monitoring: The Event logs are broadly classified into few default categories based on the component at fault.
This document will provide you with detailed information on how to access the event logs, create tickets and monitors based on events.
Refer to the Related Topics link at the bottom of this page for additional information about event logs.
There is also a command to verify the membership, issue that cmdlet just to verify it was added.
Next you must modify the Log Access for the Domain Controllers security logs.