Security Event for Associating Service Account Logon Events

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SUMMARY

In Windows 2000 and earlier versions of Windows, it was not possible to associate an account logon event (security event ID 528) with a process creation event for many processes, such as services. However, an administrator can use security event ID 600 (included with Windows XP) to make this association. This article describes how to interpret the security event log so you can understand these events.

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If you are auditing account logon events, logon events, and process tracking, the following five events are logged when a service is started with a user account:
  • Kerberos Ticket Request
    (672 Account Logon)
  • Kerberos Ticket Granted
    (673 Account Logon)
  • Account Logs on
    (528 Logon/Logoff)
  • Service Process starts
    (592 Detailed Tracking)
  • Account that started service logged
    (600 Detailed Tracking)
The following sample events occur where the License Logging service is started by using a domain account.

Kerberos Ticket Request

Event Type:  Success Audit
Event Source:  Security
Event Category:  Account Logon 
Event ID:         672
Date:    08/14/2000
Time:    05:13:02
User:    NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
Computer:         <computer name>
Description:
Authentication Ticket Request:
   User Name:    <user name>
   Supplied Realm Name:  <realm name>
   User ID:                  <realm name>\<user name>
   Service Name:    <service name>
   Service ID:    <realm name>\<service name>
   Ticket Options:    0x40810010
   Result Code:    -
   Ticket Encryption Type:  0x17
   Pre-Authentication Type:  2
   Client Address:    127.0.0.1
				

Kerberos Ticket Granted

Event Type:  Success Audit
Event Source:  Security
Event Category:  Account Logon 
Event ID:         673
Date:    08/14/2000
Time:    05:13:02
User:    NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
Computer:         <computer name>
Description:
Service Ticket Granted:
   User Name:    <user name>
   User Domain:    <user domain name>
   Service Name:    <computer name>$
   Service ID:    <user domain name>\<computer name>$
   Ticket Options:    0x40810010
   Ticket Encryption Type:  0x17
   Client Address:    127.0.0.1
				

Account Logs On

Event Type:  Success Audit
Event Source:  Security
Event Category:  Logon/Logoff 
Event ID:         528
Date:    08/14/2000
Time:    05:13:02
User:    <user domain name>\<user name>
Computer:         <computer name>
Description:
Successful Logon:
   User Name:  <user name>
   Domain:    <domain name>
   Logon ID:    (0x0,0x1CBC6A)
   Logon Type:  5
   Logon Process:  Advapi  
   Authentication Package:  Negotiate
   Workstation Name:  <computer name>
				

Service Process Starts

Event Type:  Success Audit
Event Source:  Security
Event Category:  Detailed Tracking 
Event ID:         592
Date:    08/14/2000
Time:    05:13:02
User:    NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
Computer:         <computer name>
Description:
A new process has been created:
   New Process ID:  2064
   Image File Name:  C:\WINDOWS\system32\llssrv.exe
   Creator Process ID:  264
   User Name:  <computer name>$
   Domain:    <domain name>
   Logon ID:    (0x0,0x3E7)
				

Account That Started Service Logged

Event Type:  Success Audit
Event Source:  Security
Event Category:  Detailed Tracking 
Event ID:         600
Date:    08/14/2000
Time:    05:13:02
User:    NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
Computer:         <computer name>
Description:
A process was assigned a primary token. 
   Process ID:  2064
   Image File Name:  C:\WINDOWS\system32\llssrv.exe
   User Name:  <user name>
   Domain:    <domain name>
   Logon ID:    (0x0,0x1CBC6A)
				

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Article ID: 274176 - Last Review: March 4, 2004 - Revision: 1.2
APPLIES TO
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