Account Management Event: 687

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Account Management » Event ID 687 - Basic Application Group Created

Event ID 687 - Basic Application Group Created

Event ID 687
Category Account management
Description A basic application group was created

In Active Directory, when a baic application group is created, event ID 687 gets logged.

This log data gives the following information:

New Account Name
New Domain
New Account ID
Caller User Name
Caller Domain
Caller Logon ID
Privileges
Attributes
Sam Account Name
Sid History

Why event ID 687 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 alerts and tracks critical activities such as creation, deletion or modification of user/group/computer, thus making Active Directory auditing much easier. 

Event 687 applies to the following operating systems:

  • Windows Server 2000
  • Windows 2003 and XP

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