Knowing how to set up auditing for Windows Server 2016 is an effective way to protect your company from downtime and security threats. In this course, you'll learn how to set up auditing for users, objects, and the server itself.
Good auditing practices are essential to ensure a server is kept secure and reliable. In this course, Auditing Windows Server 2016 for Security and Practices, you'll be guided through the advanced auditing settings in Windows Server 2016. First, you'll learn how to keep track of information about how users are signing into systems. Next, you’ll discover how and when objects on a system are accessed. Finally, you'll explore how to know when a critical change occurred in a system. When you're finished with this course, you’ll have the knowledge needed to properly set up auditing in your Windows Server 2016 environment and prevent a threat to your company’s security and productivity. Software required: Windows Server 2016.
Gary has been working in Information Technology for over 15 years. He has worked with Exchange Server since version 5.5 and has experience in both training and hands on implementations. His energetic delivery and passion for technology makes him a popular trainer. He has developed many online courses and delivers training all over the world.
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Gary Grudzinskas and welcome to my course, Auditing Windows Server 2016 for Security and Practices. I'm an independent contractor and author, I've been working with auditing Windows Server for a number of years. Auditing can be the most effective way of securing and optimizing your network. It's a good thing to learn. And in this course we are going to go over how to audit Windows Server 2016, we'll cover using the Event Viewer, auditing account activity, auditing the access to objects, and auditing things on the system itself. By the end of this course you'll know how and why to set up auditing in a Windows Server 2016 system. Before beginning this course you should have some familiarity with Windows 2012 or Windows 2016, and you should know the basic auditing procedures. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn how to keep watch over systems on your network with the Auditing Windows Server 2016 for Security and Practices course, here at Pluralsight.