Within Windows you might want to track who is performing specific tasks. This might be to meet a regulatory compliance, or to just track when users perform tasks on desktops and servers. The benefits of deploying auditing settings to all computers include better control of the environment, audit trails for security reasons, and tracking of events for forensics. The big question boils down to how should these settings be deployed correctly, efficiently, and with assurance that the settings will be persistent? The answer is simple and efficient: Group Policy. Here, we will look at the settings that need to be deployed, the methods to deploy them, and options to verify that the settings are still in place.
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