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r_gine
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Windows Event - An attempt was made to reset an account's password'

It doesn't look like McAfee parses the 'Target Account' data from Windows Event ID 4724. This data shows the target accounts whose password was reset. Looking for confirmation that this is accurate - I find it hard to believe they wouldn't parse this particular field since it's the most valuable data contained in the event...
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David1111
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Re: Windows Event - An attempt was made to reset an account's password'

Hi

I wish McAfee would give the option to Parse the WMI Events

just like the Syslog parsing option..

I have seen a few times that the McAfee team didn't Parse the WMI logs on the best way...

 

Best regards 👍👍👍

David

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Re: Windows Event - An attempt was made to reset an account's password'

You can always look at a syslog collection method for windows logs. There are a lot of good 3rd party applications. (some completely free)

Brent
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Re: Windows Event - An attempt was made to reset an account's password'

Hi Brenta,

could you recomend a good third party option for windows?

do you know of a option that's like "LogBinder" etc. ?!

 

Best Regards

Thank's

David.

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Re: Windows Event - An attempt was made to reset an account's password'

I've had great experience with NxLog.

Brent
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Re: Windows Event - An attempt was made to reset an account's password'

Thanks' I will Check it out.

Thanks' again!

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