Event ID 600 - A process was assigned a primary token
|Description||A process was assigned a primary token|
In Active Directory, when the process is started under the authority of a different user, event ID 600 is logged.
This log data gives the following information:
- Process ID
- Image File Name
- Primary User Name
- Primary Domain
- Primary Logon ID
- Process ID
- Target User Name
- Target Domain
- Target Logon ID
Why event ID 600 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
User management audit reports from ADAudit Plus help in monitoring user management actions in real-time and maintaining a record of actions done by users, administrators and technicians that helps in efficient functioning of an organization.
Event 600 applies to the following operating systems:
- Windows Server 2000
- Windows 2003 and XP
- Corresponding event ID for 600 in Windows Server 2008 and Vista is 4696
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