Auditpol Set Command In Windows Server 2008

In this article I am going to explain about Auditpol Set command in Windows Server 2008 operating system and also explain it's related syntax.
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Auditpol set is sub command of auditpol command. Retrieve a list of all the settings (which includes system policy, per-user policy, auditing options and audit security descriptor ) for the audit categories and subcategories object. It is act of creating new entry for the system or a particular user. Basic syntax for using this sub command is given below.


Auditpol /set
[/option:<option name> /value: <enable>|<disable>]

Parameter List

Parameter Description
/user Security principal for whom the per-user audit policy is queried.
/include Indicates that the user's per-user policy will cause an audit to be generated even if it is not specified by the system audit policy.
/exclude Indicates that the user's per-user policy will cause an audit to be removed.
/category Audit categories specified by GUID or name.
/subcategory One or more audit subcategories specified by GUID or name.
/success Denotes success auditing.
/failure Specifies failure auditing.
/option Sets the audit policy for the CrashOnAuditFail, FullPrivilegeAuditing, AuditBaseObjects, or AuditBaseDirectories options.
/sd Sets the security descriptor used to delegate access to the audit policy.

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