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Write Server Audit Events to the Security Log


Write Server Audit Events to the Security Log

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David Paskiet
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I have a requirement to have all login events written to the Windows security log. I have looked at numerous articles and followed the steps outlined (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc645889%28v=sql.100%29.aspx) in the post. I still have not had any luck getting the results I am looking for. What am i missing? IS there a piece I have not addressed? I can see all the login failures in the application log but not the successes which is a requirement. I also need this into the security log!

Any help would be phenomenal!

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David

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I am not much comfortable with Sql Audit feature. I would suggest to use native auditing (Properties->Secutiry-> Both failed and Successful logins)
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I already have that. The requirement is to use the Windows Security event log.

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David

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