Script to set Windows Vista audit policy

Script to set Windows Vista audit policy

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There's probably a sexier way to do it, but the attached script (rename to .cmd) can be used to set Windows Vista SP1 audit policy using auditpol.  The current settings are based on the FDCC 2008 Q1 settings.  It must be run elevated.  I suggest using something like the following command line:

CustomSetAuditPolicy-v2.cmd > C:\Windows\security\logs\CustomSetAuditPolicy.log 2>&1

If using in a MDT Task Sequence, I suggest the following:

cmd /c "%SCRIPTROOT%\CustomSetAuditPolicy-v2.cmd" > C:\Windows\security\logs\CustomSetAuditPolicy.log 2>&1

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Attachment: CustomSetAuditPolicy-v2.txt
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  • One of my customers requires additional security settings beyond the OMB-mandated Federal Desktop Core

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