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8.2.4 Auditing Object Access 
In Windows Server 2003, objects include Registry keys, printers, computers, files and folders. Each object 
has a security information object, which is called the security descriptor, attached to it. The security 
descriptor contains information about the groups or users that can access an object, and the types of access, 
i.e., the permissions, granted to those groups or users. This part of the security descriptor is called the 
Discretionary Access Control List (DACL). In other words, the DACL is the part of the security descriptor 
that grants or denies access to the object to groups or users. 
 
The security descriptor also contains the auditing information for the object. This part of the descriptor is 
called the System Access Control List (SACL). The SACL describes the auditing activity on a group basis. 
You can specify the audit permissions for objects that are in the inheritance tree using the SACL. This 
enables all child objects to inherit the audit policy from their parent objects. 
 Click on the 
START
 button 
 Point to 
PROGRAMS
 
 Point to 
ACCESSORIES
 
 Open 
WINDOWS EXPLORER
 
 Browse to the File or Folder you want to audit 
 Right-click the File or Folder 
 Click 
PROPERTIES
 on the popup menu 
 Click on the 
SECURITY
 tab 
 Click on 
ADVANCED
 
 Click on the 
AUDITING
 tab 
 Click 
ADD
 
 Select the Users or User Groups for whom you want to audit file and folder access 
 Click 
OK
 
 Select the 
SUCCESSFUL
 check box and/or the 
FAILED
 check box for the events that you 
want to audit 
 Click 
OK
 in the appropriate dialog boxes to exit 
 
Note: Any auditing changes that you make to a parent folder are applied to all 
child folders and all files in the parent and child folders. To prevent changes 
that are made to a parent folder from applying to the currently selected file 
or folder, clear the Allow Inheritable Auditing Entries From Parent To 
Propagate To This Object check box. 
 
 

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