Windows Servers Security Log & System Events Change Auditing
Know when a user changes the time and date on the internal clock of the computer. If the system time is changed, events that are logged will reflect this new time, not the actual time that the events occurred. Incorrect changes to a system's time can wreak havoc on applications.
You can find a wealth of information in your Windows 2003 / 2008 / 2012 computers' Security logs which provide vital information about logon activity, important system-level events, account management, file-access events, administrative events so on. Instantly know when a system security log is cleared and identify the user. Security logs are mostly cleared to cover the events tracks and is critical to an organization's security review & IT Compliance requirements.
Also, a system start up / shut down is an important security event since systems are highly vulnerable to physical-access attacks while the OS is down. Audit Now with ADAudit Plus!
Windows Member Server Auditing with ADAudit Plus
ADAudit Plus ensures you are on top of every modification with schedulable reports and instant e-mail alerts. In-a-click view audit reports that presents the collated events data in easy to interpret information, you can also filter data with 50+ attributes for a more concise information. The reports ensure you get a thorough event footprint for your administrative scrutiny or if the 'change-event' was counterproductive then, the event footprint will equip you with effective information to better handle corrective actions.
Windows Member Server Auditing Advantage using ADAudit Plus
This Audit feature is available as a Member Server Add-On.