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Audit Changes to Group Policies

Audit Changes to Group Policies

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An Interesting question came up at work this week. That was

How do you Audit the fact that someone has modified a Group Policy ?

Well the general concensus was the following;

Check out the following excellent blog article

Windows Security Logging and Other Esoterica : Monitoring Group Policy Changes with Windows Auditing


Useful and excellent article on exactly what settings to Audit .

But also 3rd party tools have a part to play here, such as Quest and Netpro.

  • Yes, this article is quite useful, but as you said there is a place for 3rd party tools. I think it’s much easier. Not sure about the utilities you mentioned above. Personaly I prefer active administrator (I hope you've heard about it - it's from scriptlogic). It has powerful <a href="http://www.scriptlogic.com/active-directory-group-policy-auditing.asp">group policy auditing</a> features and it handles just any tasks that can appear in active directory administration practices.

  • Thanks for sharing helpful information related to audit changes to Group Policies. It found this utility from http://www.lepide.com/lepideauditor/group-policy.html which enables to audit and get the report on the GPO changes with the predefined reports, live feed, and real-time alerts in AD environments.

  • i have enjoyed this great information so much. This was really very interesting and helpful to read.

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