Auditing GPO Win2000

jono

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Hi,... I know that password GPO must be applied to the
default domian policy but how about auditing.

I want to be able to audit ALL member servers and ALL
domian controllers in my forest.

All my meber servers are in an OU called Terminal Servers.

Do I need to enable Auditing on GPOs and link them to the
Domian Controllers OU and also to the Terminal Serversw
OU...?
or simply if I apply ther GPO to the Domain Controller OU,
will auditing work on all servers including member
servers..?

Please advise
 
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You can audit auditing on any W2K computer either in Local Security Policy or via a
GPO in the container where the computer resides. In your case enable it on a GPO for
the Terminal Services OU. Auditing is part of "computer" configuration.--- Steve


"Jono" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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>
>
> Hi,... I know that password GPO must be applied to the
> default domian policy but how about auditing.
>
> I want to be able to audit ALL member servers and ALL
> domian controllers in my forest.
>
> All my meber servers are in an OU called Terminal Servers.
>
> Do I need to enable Auditing on GPOs and link them to the
> Domian Controllers OU and also to the Terminal Serversw
> OU...?
> or simply if I apply ther GPO to the Domain Controller OU,
> will auditing work on all servers including member
> servers..?
>
> Please advise