Audit Non-Sensitive Privilege Use

This security policy setting allows you to audit events generated by the use of non-sensitive privileges (user rights).The following privileges are non-sensitive:

  • Access Credential Manager as a trusted caller 
  • Access this computer from the network 
  • Add workstations to domain 
  • Adjust memory quotas for a process 
  • Allow log on locally 
  • Allow log on through Terminal Services 
  • Bypass traverse checking 
  • Change the system time 
  • Create a page file 
  • Create global objects 
  • Create permanent shared objects 
  • Create symbolic links 
  • Deny access to this computer from the network 
  • Deny log on as a batch job 
  • Deny log on as a service 
  • Deny log on locally 
  • Deny log on through Terminal Services 
  • Force shutdown from a remote system 
  • Increase a process working set 
  • Increase scheduling priority 
  • Lock pages in memory 
  • Log on as a batch job 
  • Log on as a service 
  • Modify an object label 
  • Perform volume maintenance tasks 
  • Profile single process 
  • Profile system performance 
  • Remove computer from docking station 
  • Shut down the system 
  • Synchronize directory service data 

If you configure this policy setting, an audit event is generated when a non-sensitive privilege is called. Success audits record successful attempts, and failure audits record unsuccessful attempts.
Event volume: Very high
If this policy setting is configured, the following events are generated. The events appear on computers running Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, or Windows Vista.

  • 4672: Special privileges assigned to new logon.
  • 4673: A privileged service was called.
  • 4674: An operation was attempted on a privileged object.




Not configured

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