SQL Server Audit Log Event ID 24049

SourceSQL Server (LOGbinder SQL)
Windows Security Log
 • Subcategory
Object Access
 • Application Generated
Type Success

24049: Issued a delete server audit command (action_id DR class_type A)

This is an event from SQL Server audit event from LOGbinder SQL generated by Action Group  AUDIT_CHANGE_GROUP.

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A delete server audit command was issued

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Description Fields in 24049

OccurredWhen event was reported by SQL Server
Authorization resultIf the command passed authorization checks
Session IDID of the session on which the event occurred
Audit NameAudit object (actually called simply an Audit). Don't confuse Audits with Audit Specifications like a Server Audit Specificaiton or a Database Audit Specification. See Configuring SQL Server Audit Logging with Audit Objects.
StatementTransact-SQL statement

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Examples of 24049

Issued a delete server audit command
A delete server audit command was issued
Occurred: 8/22/2013 6:08:10.0000000 PM
Authorization result: Access allowed
Session ID: 67
User: LB\Administrator
Server: DEV3
Audit Name: TestServerAudit
Statement: DROP SERVER AUDIT TestServerAudit

For more information, see http://www.ultimatewindowssecurity.com/securitylog/encyclopedia/event.aspx?eventid=24049

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