Quick overview of object access auditing in Windows

Wednesday, 8 March 2006, 10:17 AM EST

A lot of people are unhappy with object access auditing on Windows, because what they want to know is "who touched the object and what did that person do", but what Windows auditing tells you is actually "who touched the object and what did they ask for permission to do". The distinction is subtle, but if you are interpreting object access events as recording what changes were made to objects, then you're probably misunderstanding what the log is saying.

At Windows Security Logging and Other Esoterica.

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