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suspicious activity on the server and take corrective action Configuring auditing is a two-step process you first need to define your audit policy, and then you need to monitor for suspicious activity day in and day out by reviewing the security log Most auditing software can alert the administrator (usually through e-mail) of suspicious activity For important network servers, it s always best to have audit logs e-mailed to the administrator (otherwise, a hacker that compromises a machine might clear the audit logs)
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The first step to configuring auditing is to define your audit policy When defining your audit policy, you want to enable auditing for specific events within the operating system An event is something that happens within the system and is usually invoked by a user For example, logging on or logging off of the network is an event Accessing a folder is also an event So you need to determine which events you wish to be notified of, and believe me, you need to be extremely picky as to which events you enable The important thing to remember is that the more events you audit, the more information that is collected, and you don t want to collect unnecessary information, because it will hide the important audited data In the Windows world, there are a number of events you can enable auditing for, and when you enable auditing you have to decide whether you care about the success or the failure of such an event For example, do you care whether someone successfully logs on to the network or fails to log on to the network I am going to choose we care to know if someone fails to log on to the network Table 12-5 displays a list of the various events in Windows that you can enable the success or failure of To enable auditing on Windows 2003 domain controllers, you would configure the Domain Controller Security Policy by going to Start | Administrative Tools | Domain Controller Security Policy Once in the security policy, expand Local Policies and then select Audit Policy (as shown in Figure 12-12)
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Configuring auditing on a Windows server
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Network Security
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Auditing Events in Windows
audit event
Audit account logon events
Description
Logs an entry each time a user logs on to the system, or domain, if auditing is enabled on the domain controller If you want to monitor when users fail to log on to the network, you would enable this policy on the domain controller and monitor for failures An entry will be recorded on the domain controller but not the local workstation, because the logon request is sent to the domain controller Enable this event if you want to be notified when a user or group is created or modified This is a great event to enable the success of, because you can monitor when a user account is created If you enable auditing on account management, you will become aware that a hacker has created a backdoor account, if in fact he got that far This event also tracks the resetting of user passwords and group membership changes Audits access to Active Directory objects if auditing is enabled on a particular Active Directory object If you want to audit the event that a user attempted a logon to the domain from the workstation and to record the audit data on the workstation, you would enable this event If you were to enable audit account logon events instead of this event, there would be no data recorded on the local system when a user logs on to the domain, because the local system did not attempt to answer the logon request You can audit folders, files, and printers if you enable this audit policy Auditing folders, files, and printers is a two-step process you would need to enable this policy and then enable auditing on any folders or files you want to audit If you enable this event, it will allow you to monitor any changes to the security policy, such as auditing and user rights Audits anyone who takes advantage of any rights they have been given For example, if you give Bob the right to back up files and directories, you may want to know when he actually does a backup to prevent him from performing an extra backup and taking private corporate data home with him Handles events that deal with programs, such as monitoring when a program activates, program exits, and indirect object access Enables auditing for system startup and shutdown events; also audits any event that affects the security log or the system security as whole
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