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What is Audit object access?
Last Updated: 13th June, 2020
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Then, how do I enable object access auditing?
Enable object auditing in Windows:
- Navigate to Administrative Tools > Local Security Policy.
- In the left pane, expand Local Policies, and then click Audit Policy.
- Select Audit object access in the right pane, and then click Action > Properties.
- Select Success and Failure.
- Click OK.
Subsequently, question is, how do I know if file audit is enabled? Open “Windows Explorer” and navigate to the file or folder that you want to audit. Right-click the file and select “Properties” from the context menu. The file's properties window appears on the screen. Note: If you want to track multiple files, put them into one, two or more folders to enable their auditing easily.
Similarly one may ask, what does it mean to audit files?
Audit files is designed to perform audits of your upload directory and the corresponding database records. It will cross check that all files in the database have a corresponding physical file, or it will check that all files in the upload directory have a corresponding entry in the database.
What is audit privilege use?
Audit Privilege Use. The Audit privilege use policy tracks the exercise of user rights. Microsoft uses the terms privilege, right, and permission inconsistently. In this policy's case, privilege refers to the user rights you find in the Local Security Policy under Security SettingsLocal PoliciesUser Right Assignment.