Exchange Admin Audit Log Event ID 25446

SourceExchange (LOGbinder EX)
LogAdmin Audit
Windows Security Log
 • Subcategory
Object Access
 • Application Generated
Type Success

25446: Set-RetentionPolicy Exchange cmdlet issued

This is an event from Exchange audit event from LOGbinder EX generated by Log  Admin Audit.

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Description Fields in 25446

Field Description
Occurred Date and time when Exchange registered the cmdlet.
Cmdlet The cmdlet that was issued.
Performed by The user who issued the cmdlet.
Succeeded "Yes", if succeeded, "No", otherwise.
Error "None", if the cmdlet resulted in no error, the error message otherwise.
Originating server The host name of the server.
Object modified The object that was modified by the cmdlet.
Parameters The list of parameters, listing them by the parameter's Name and Value.
Modified properties Modified properties, if any (otherwise "n/a").
Additional information Additional information, if any (otherwise "n/a").

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Examples of 25446

Set-RetentionPolicy Exchange cmdlet issued
Occurred: 7/7/2014 6:25:39 PM
Cmdlet: Set-RetentionPolicy
Performed by: lb.local/Users/Administrator
Succeeded: Yes
Error: n/a
Originating server: DEV1 (15.00.0516.025)
Object modified: Deleted items 1 month permanent delete
  Name: Identity, Value: [Deleted items 1 month permanent delete]
Name: RetentionPolicyTagLinks, Value: [1 month premanent delete audit log search results]
Name: Name, Value: [1 months old Deleted items permanent delete]
Modified Properties
Additional information: CmdletParameters/Parameter/Name= [Identity]; CmdletParameters/Parameter/Value= [Deleted items 1 month permanent delete]; CmdletParameters/Parameter/Name= [RetentionPolicyTagLinks]; CmdletParameters/Parameter/Value= [1 month premanent delete audit log search results]; CmdletParameters/Parameter/Name= [Name]; CmdletParameters/Parameter/Value= [1 months old Deleted items permanent delete]

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