My Exclusive PDF Guide on Tracking Windows LAPS Password Read Activity with Sentinel
I’ve compiled a comprehensive PDF guide on “Tracking Windows LAPS Activity with Sentinel through Event ID 4662” – 15 pages of content.
What’s Inside the PDF?
Introduction: Setting the stage for our deep dive into Windows LAPS and its integration with Microsoft Sentinel.
The Importance of Tracking LAPS Activity: Understand why vigilance in monitoring LAPS is not just beneficial but essential.
Demystifying Event ID 4662: A thorough exploration of Event ID 4662 and its significance in LAPS.
Preparation and Configuration: Step-by-step guides on:
- Setting the stage for effective monitoring.
- Configuring audit settings in Active Directory.
- Enabling Object Auditing in AD.
- And more!
Hands-on with Sentinel: Detailed walkthroughs on:
- Setting up Sentinel for optimal monitoring of Event ID 4662.
- Crafting precise KQL Queries for event analysis.
- Creating custom analytics rules in Sentinel.
- Navigating the Incident View for insights.
- Testing the reading of LAPS Password from Active Directory.
- Finding the right AD attribute based on GUID.
- And more!
This guide is designed to be a valuable resource for both beginners looking to get started with Windows LAPS and Sentinel, as well as seasoned professionals seeking advanced insights.
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