Windows logon auditing e-book

User logon activity needs to be audited to meet various security, operational, and compliance requirements of an IT environment, such as:

  • Detecting suspicious activities like a high volume of logon failures.

  • Tracking the active and idle time spent by users at their workstations.

  • Maintaining a comprehensive audit trail of logons occurring across the domain and more.


So, it is imperative for administrators to audit logons. However, the process of auditing logons has a steep learning curve. We’ve put together an e-book to make it easier for you to get on top of the process. 

In this free e-book, you’ll learn about:

  • The difference between authentication and logons.

  • The auditing settings you need to configure to enable logging.

  • The 12 critical event IDs to keep track of.

  • Logon types, failure codes, and other event fields to keep an eye on.

  • How to overcome the limitations of native auditing.

You can get a free copy of this e-book here.