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I think SACL auditing permission may be the reason for your problem. Please perform the following steps. Please try this. Right-click the root domain object, select Security tab, click Advanced, and select Auditing tab. To view auditing logs you need to do the following. Please ensure the following. Now do the following operation in Active Directory: create, modify, Delete and move. Audit event IDs will be displayed as Event ID , , , or , depending on if the operation is a modify, create, undelete, or move, respectively.
View details on the what, when, who, and where of changes using ADAudit Plus
Hello our names are Ray Zabilla and Rick Bergman. We were both away from our customer during the same week attending training, when we had an issue pop up that needed our help. We were pulled into a situation where we needed to help quickly find a solution to identify what or who was changing the Active Directory Universal Principal Name, UPN, value for our customer Contoso.
Live Chat. Reinforce holistic security around Active Directory with continuous monitoring and reporting on all critical changes made to AD objects and their attributes, Group Policy, and more. Audit every change made to your user accounts, including creation, deletion, rename, and password change events along with the creation of user accounts whose passwords are set to never expire. Quickly capture all GPO modifications along with changes made to their settings, and monitor the account lockout policy, password policy, and more along with their original and current values. Track and investigate sudden permission changes at the domain, OU, GPO, group, computer, and user levels along with the old and new access-control list ACL values.