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Windows PowerShell™ 3.0 Step by Step by Ed Wilson

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Managing auditing

If your Exchange administrators use their own user accounts to do their work, and they are not using a generic login account, it is very possible that changes made to your Exchange 2010 server are logged. This is because Exchange 2010 has a feature called Administrator Audit Logging. The good news is that new installations of Exchange 2010 Service Pack (SP) 1 enable this logging by default. This feature logs when a user or an administrator makes a change to the Exchange organization. This permits the ability to trace changes back to a specific user for auditing purposes. In addition, the detailed logging provides a history of changes to the organization that are useful from a regulatory compliance perspective, or as a troubleshooting ...

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