MS SQL Server Audit Event: 24049

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24049: Issued a delete server audit command

A server audit object collects actions or group of actions from a single instance of an SQL server. Event 24049 occurs when a command to delete a server audit has been issued in an SQL server. It is generated by the AUDIT_CHANGE_GROUP action group. Important information can be derived from this event including the:

  • Date and time at which the event occurred.
  • Session identifier of the event.
  • Privileged user who performed the action.
  • Server associated with the event.
  • Name of the server audit deleted.

Event 24050 occurs when a command to delete a server audit specification has been issued in an SQL server. Action groups consist of all the relevant events together, making it easy for an administrator to identify an event's type just by looking at its action group. This event is generated by the AUDIT_CHANGE_GROUP action group. Important information can be derived from this event including the:

  • Date and time at which the event occurred.
  • Session identifier of the event.
  • Privileged user who performed the action.
  • Server associated with the event.
  • Name of the server audit specification object deleted.
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