Minimizing Directory Service audit event noise

Friday, 5 September 2008, 11:33 AM EST

I've written before on noise reduction in the Windows security event log. I've also written to describe how object access auditing works. But, I still get questions on how to reduce noise from object access events. The other day I got that question, specific to Directory Service objects, on an internal discussion list so I thought I'd clean up the answer a bit and share it with the world. In general the same is true for any type of object, although there are a few more knobs to control for DS objects.

At blogs.msdn.com

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