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Audit Policy settings

1. Guide to Enable Security Auditing logging

With the Administrator account into your Microsoft Server, as follows:
1. Open the Group Policy Management from Start->Run->gpmc.msc.
2. Right-click on Default Domain Policy and choose Edit.
3. Open Computer Configuration->Policies->Windows Settings->Security Settings->Advanced Audit Policy Configuration->Audit Policies->Account Logon
3. Right-click Audit Kerberos Authentication Service (on the right) and then Properties.
5. Check the Configure the following audit events and the Success entries. Apply the changes by clicking [Apply] and then [OK].
6. Now open Computer Configuration->Policies->Windows Settings->Security Settings->Advanced Audit Policy Configuration->Audit Policies->Logon/Logoff
7. Right-click Audit Logon (on the right) and then Properties.
8. Check the Configure the following audit events and the Success entries. Apply the changes by clicking [Apply] and then [OK].

Open Start->Run->cmd and run gpupdate /force to immediately apply the changes.