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Firstly I should say - I'm in no way affiliated to this company except I have used and installed their products and liked them. https://www.centrify.com/products/server-suite/ - is an enterprise level solution which allows monitoring, alerting and auditing of privileged account usage including domain administrators. Definitely worth a look if your serious ...


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If you don't already have a tool in place for event logging then this would greatly help you out. There are event logging and monitoring requirements that you should be following which would be helpful for you to disseminate what you needs alerts on and what needs to be logged. Tools such as Solarwinds or Landguard are extremely helpful. Removing access ...


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The question of monitoring AD is ancillary to the problem you appear to be having. Firstly are the events you wish to capture documented and published to the relevant people. So everyone knows what is correct and incorrect usage of systems, and the scope of their roles. The events that you want to capture should be aligned with the governance of the ...


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using a certificate and a password for authentication is NOT considered as a 2FA, since both are utilizing "what you know".


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I think you should consider filtering and aggregating the windows event logs. You can start by filtering for specific events, like 4624, successful logon of a user: https://www.ultimatewindowssecurity.com/securitylog/encyclopedia/event.aspx?eventID=4624 If you were to do nothing more than monitor when each Domain Administrator logs on, you will already be ...


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On the technical level, the fundamental problem here is that the help desk can reset the password and leave the "user must change password" checkbox unchecked. I don't know of a way to force leaving this checkbox checked. There might be one, but I don't know how. One way around this might be to not give help desk personnel delegate access to AD Users and ...



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