Tag Archives: logon event

Logon type – what does it mean?

In my previous post, I explained how to display logon type for logon events in Security log and described meaning of some values. Here I will give you more information about logon types. The descriptions of some events (4624, 4625) in Security log commonly contain some information about “logon type”, but it is too brief: The logon type field indicates the kind of logon that occurred.… Read More »

Exploring who logged on the system

One of the most important tasks in the security event log analysis is to find out who or what logs your system on. Here I will explain how Event Log Explorer helps you to solve this task. First, you need to make sure that Windows security auditing is enabled for logon events. You can do this using Local Security Policy or Group Policy, depending on… Read More »