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How to disable microsoft windows 10 home edition security audit RRS feed

  • Question

  • Since I replaced my faulty motherboard and reinstall windows 10 home edition, am getting annoying sound from the windows security auditing. Its very annoying having to listen to the sound every few seconds. Have not happened to me before. This log has grown very huge.

    Please help.

    Thanks

    Details below copied from event viewer

    Audit Success    25-Aug-19 02:06:14 PM    Microsoft Windows security auditing.    4798    User Account Management
    Audit Success    25-Aug-19 02:06:08 PM    Microsoft Windows security auditing.    4672    Special Logon
    Audit Success    25-Aug-19 02:06:08 PM    Microsoft Windows security auditing.    4624    Logon
    Audit Success    25-Aug-19 02:05:36 PM    Microsoft Windows security auditing.    4798    User Account Management
    Audit Success    25-Aug-19 02:05:19 PM    Microsoft Windows security auditing.    4798    User Account Management
    Audit Success    25-Aug-19 02:05:10 PM    Microsoft Windows security auditing.    4798    User Account Management
    Audit Success    25-Aug-19 02:04:55 PM    Microsoft Windows security auditing.    4798    User Account Management
    Audit Success    25-Aug-19 02:04:47 PM    Microsoft Windows security auditing.    4798    User Account Management
    Audit Success    25-Aug-19 02:03:08 PM    Microsoft Windows security auditing.    4798    User Account Management
    Audit Success    25-Aug-19 02:02:47 PM    Microsoft Windows security auditing.    4798    User Account Management
    Audit Success    25-Aug-19 02:02:42 PM    Microsoft Windows security auditing.    4798    User Account Management

    Sunday, August 25, 2019 6:11 AM

All replies

  • Because you are using Windows 10 Home edition, we can’t use gpedit.msc to configure Audit Policy.

    After reinstall Windows, you need to update all drivers at first. Go to Device Manager to check if there is any exclamation mark or abnormal state on your devices, update them.

    Then, clean boot computer, open CMD as administrator, type auditpol /clear

    After command executed, check audit again.

    Regards


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