Updated: March 16, 2008
Applies To: Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2
This page lists resources for security auditing in Windows Server 2003. Security auditing is one of the most powerful tools to help maintain the security of your system. Auditing should identify attacks, either successful or not, that pose a threat to your network, or attacks against resources that you have determined to be valuable in your risk assessment.
Checklist: Setting up object access auditing
This checklist provides an overview of the steps needed to set up object access auditing.
Planning and Architecture
Auditing Security Events Best practices
This topic lists best practices for auditing security events.
Auditing Security Events How To...
Procedures are available for the following auditing tasks:
This reference describes the event categories that you can choose to audit.
- For information about auditing in Windows Server 2008, see Security Auditing.