A member was added to a security-enabled global group
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The user in Subject: added the user/group/computer in Member: to the Security Global group in Group:.
In Active Directory Users and Computers "Security Enabled" groups are simply referred to as Security groups. AD has 2 types of groups: Security and Distribution. Distribution (security disabled) groups are for distribution lists in Exchange and cannot be assigned permissions or rights. Security (security enabled) groups can be used for permissions, rights and as distribution lists.
Global means the group can be granted access in any trusting domain but may only have members from its own domain.
This event is only logged on domain controllers.
The user and logon session that performed the action.
- Security ID: The SID of the account.
- Account Name: The account logon name.
- Account Domain: The domain or - in the case of local accounts - computer name.
- Logon ID is a semi-unique (unique between reboots) number that identifies the logon session. Logon ID allows you to correlate backwards to the logon event (4624) as well as with other events logged during the same logon session.
- Security ID: The SID of the group's member
- Account Name: The distinguished name of the group's member
- Security ID: The SID of the affected group
- Group Name: Name of affected group
- Group Domain: Domain of affected group
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A member was added to a security-enabled global group.
Security ID: ACME\Administrator
Account Name: Administrator
Account Domain: ACME
Logon ID: 0x27a79
Security ID: ACME\gkhan
Account Name: cn=Ghenghis Khan,CN=Users,DC=acme,DC=local
Security ID: S-1-5-21-3108364787-189202583-342365621-1108
Group Name: Historical Figures
Group Domain: ACME
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