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Configuring Security Settings and Internet Options
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Lesson 5: Implementing an Audit Policy
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Auditing allows you to track both user activities and Windows XP Professional events on a computer. Through auditing, you can specify that Windows XP Professional records activities and events to a security log, which maintains a record of valid and invalid logon attempts and events related to creating, opening, or deleting files or other objects. An audit entry in the security log contains the following information:
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The action that was performed The user who performed the action The success or failure of the event and when the event occurred
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Describe the purpose of auditing. Determine what you should audit. Configure an audit policy. Enable auditing for files and folder. Enable auditing for printers.
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Overview of Auditing
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An audit policy defines the types of security events that Windows XP Professional records in the security log on each computer. The security log allows you to track the events that you specify. Windows XP Professional writes events to the security log on the computer on which the event occurs. For example, you can configure auditing so that anytime someone tries to log on and the logon attempt fails, Windows XP Professional writes an event to the security log on that computer. You can set up an audit policy for a computer to do the following:
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Track the success and failure of events, such as logon attempts by users, an attempt by a particular user to read a specific file, changes to a user account or to group memberships, and changes to your security settings Eliminate or minimize the risk of unauthorized use of resources
You use Event Viewer to view events that Windows XP Professional has recorded in the security log. You can also archive log files to track trends over time for example, to determine the use of printers or files or to verify attempts at unauthorized use of resources. This lesson covers configuring an audit policy and enabling auditing of var-
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ious resources and events. You will learn more about using Event Viewer in 18, Using Windows XP Tools. The requirements to set up and administer auditing are as follows:
You must have the Manage Auditing And Security Log user right for the computer on which you want to configure an audit policy or review an audit log. By default, Windows XP Professional grants these rights to the Administrators group. The files and folders to be audited must be on NTFS volumes.
Setting up auditing for objects (files, folders, and printers) is a two-part process: 1. Set the audit policy. The audit policy enables auditing of objects but does not activate auditing of specific objects. 2. Enable auditing of specific resources. You designate the specific events to audit for files, folders, printers, and Active Directory objects. Windows XP Professional then tracks and logs the specified events.
What Should You Audit
When you plan an audit policy, you must determine what you want to audit and the computers on which to set up auditing. Auditing is turned off by default. As you determine which computers to audit, you must also plan what to audit on each one. Windows XP Professional records audited events on each computer separately. The types of events that you can audit include the following:
Accessing files and folders Logging on and off Shutting down a computer running Windows XP Professional Starting a computer running Windows XP Professional Changing user accounts and groups
After you have determined the types of events to audit, you must also determine whether to audit the success of events, the failure of events, or both. Tracking successful events can tell you how often Windows XP Professional or users access specific files, printers, or other objects, and you can use this information for resource planning. Tracking failed events can alert you to possible security breaches. For example, if you notice several failed logon attempts by a certain user account, especially if they are occurring outside normal business hours, you might conclude that an unauthorized person is attempting to break into your system. Other guidelines in determining your audit policy include the following:
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