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As Microsoft s most secure operating system yet, Windows Vista is designed to prevent unauthorized access to a computer s files, folders, and printers. But if a user inadvertently makes improper settings or if an intruder is especially determined, someone might gain access to resources that should be off limits. Monitoring, or auditing, system usage can be a helpful tool in the administration of system security. For example, repeated attempts to log on with the wrong password might be an indication that unauthorized users are trying to gain access to your system. Repeated failure to access a folder might indicate that software has been incorrectly installed or that security for the folder is set up incorrectly. Windows Vista provides the ability to audit security events by recording attempts to access system resources. In this section, we describe the various auditing tools that you, as a system administrator or resource owner, can use. We examine their purpose and use and explain what information they can supply when used properly.
Enabling Auditing
No events are written to the Security log until you enable auditing, which you do via Local Security Settings. Even if you set up auditing for files, folders, or printers, as explained later in this chapter, those events aren t recorded unless you also enable auditing in Local Security Settings.
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To enable auditing, you must be logged on with an account that has the Manage Auditing And Security Log privilege. By default, only members of the Administrators group have this privilege. For information about privileges, see Setting User Rights.
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Like most other settings in Local Security Settings, the audit policy settings can be overridden by domain-level policy settings. If your computer is part of a Windows Server domain, you should use domain-level Group Policy to make audit policy settings instead of using Local Security Settings.
To enable auditing, follow these steps: 1. In Control Panel, open Administrative Tools, Local Security Policy. Alternatively, you can type secpol.msc at a command prompt, or simply begin typing local security in the Start menu Search box. 2. Expand Local Policies and then click Audit Policy to display the list shown in Figure 31-12. 3. Double-click each policy for which you want to enable auditing, and then select Success, Failure, or both. Figure 31-12 shows the types of activities you can audit. Some, such as account management and policy change, can provide an audit trail for administrative changes. Others, such as logon events and object access, can help you discover how to better secure your system. Still others, including system events and process tracking, can assist you in locating problems with your system. Table 31-3 provides more details.
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