\ Event ID 673 - Service Ticket Granted

Account Logon Event: 673

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Account Logon Event ID 673 - Service Ticket Granted

Event ID 673 - Service Ticket Granted

Event ID 673
Category Account Logon
Description A service ticket was granted

When a service ticket is granted in Active Directory, event ID 673 is logged.

This log data gives the following information:

User Name
User Domain
Service Name
Service ID
Ticket Options
Ticket Encryption Type
Client Address
Failure Code
Logon GUID
Transited Services

Why event ID 673 needs to be monitored?

  • Prevention of privilege abuse
  • Detection of potential malicious activity
  • Operational purposes like getting information on user activity like user attendance, peak logon times, etc.
  • Compliance mandates

Pro tip:

ADAudit Plus account logon real-time pre-configured reports help identify miscreant users attempting logon into machines that requires elevated privileges and provide evidence for any action administered by any user. These reports can be advantageously in overcoming account logon audit challenges.

Event 673 applies to the following operating systems: 

  • Windows Server 2000
  • Windows 2003 and XP

Corresponding event ID for 673 in Windows Server 2008 and Vista is 4769