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Sammy1
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ELM Search

Hello everyone, I am trying to do an ELM search for all user accounts disabled, Windows Event 4725, in th esearch I put 4725 but it returned a ton of results and actually met its limit, then when I spot checked the results they were not accounts disabled events, am I doing something wrong?

 

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Reliable Contributor David1111
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Re: ELM Search

try 43-263047250

the McAfee convention for windows id's is 43-2630<wmi event id>0

so in your case it's 43-263047250

 

I know its' silly... but it's not the only silly thing in this system...

give a like if you fill so... it's time for McAfee to notice the Users feelings.

David

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McAfee Employee mherr
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Re: ELM Search

To narrow your ELM search, you can try searching for ||4725|| and select only Windows Devices

or you can try regex   (\|\|4725\|\|) and select Windows Devices. 

Searching just 4725 could pop up in many ways in raw text. 

The actual event has Microsoft-Windows-Security-Auditing||4725||, which could also be used to narrow your search.

 

Sammy1
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Re: ELM Search

Oh this is really good, I will try this, thank you..

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