For last few days, I was trying to figure out how to set file system auditing via command line. I was looking for this as I had to apply some specific audit policy on multiple file servers. From GUI, we could do this, but it will take hours of manual activity.
As requirement, I had to set Success Audit policy on Delete subfolders and files, delete and change permission.
There are multiple tools available, but none of them have ability to apply specific policy, so I decided to try PowerShell, and finally able to apply those audit policy successfully.1,074 views
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Target: Restrict creator / owner from altering any NTFS permission on newly created files & folders.
Scenarios: Regardless of NTFS permissions, the owner, which is by default the person who creates the folder/files, can always alter the permissions. This actually causing a lot's of problem, with this special privilege users can also block inherited permission and alter current permission. This might cause additional pain for administrators.1,917 views
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