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Audit Failure 4769 0x1b

Server > Security Question 0 Sign in to vote Dear All I kerberos service ticket operations audit failure 4769 have been researching about the below mentioned error message for awhile now. I have increased the audit failure code 0x1b report level and noticed this kind of errors. My searching revealed, that the failure codes 0x1b indicate that the ticket is good for User-to-user authentication only and not

Ticket Options 0x40810000

for server-client authentication. There are few things that i do not really get in the error message: 1. It says that AccountName ([email protected]) tries to access to ServiceName (SomeUsername). This one is clearly stated in the footer of the error message. I am not sure why the computer account wants to "access" to a domain user.

Security-kerberos Event Id 3 0x1b Unknown Error

Sometimes also see that the computer name is replaced with the username again. So X user wants to access to itself ? Should i create SPN for the user? I am a bit confused here ... 2. With common sense, this is vice versa, so the user wish to access to the machine itself. The machine runs 2 instance of SQL server. The SQL instances have SPN set already. Should I create SPN for the computer account as well? Any explanation is appreciated, Thank you A EVENT # 8851845 EVENT LOG Security EVENT TYPE Audit Failure OPCODE Info SOURCE Microsoft-Windows-Security-Auditing CATEGORY Kerberos Service Ticket Operations EVENT ID 4769 COMPUTERNAME DC01 DATE / TIME 03/04/2013 09:15:14 MESSAGE A Kerberos service ticket was requested. Account Information: Account Name: [email protected] Account Domain: DOMAIN01.LOCAL Logon GUID: {00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000} Service Information: Service Name: SomeUsername Service ID: NULL SID Network Information: Client Address: ::ffff: Client Port: 65346 Additional Information: Ticket Options: 0x40810000 Ticket Encryption Type: 0xffffffff Failure Code: 0x1b Transited Services: - This event is

event didn't point to any problem it was just an informational event. You wanted some best practices for auditing. We sent rfc 4120 you the following links: http://blogs.technet.com/b/askds/archive/2008/03/27/one-stop-shop-for-auditing-in-windows-server-2008-and-windows-vista.aspx http://blogs.technet.com/b/askds/archive/2011/03/11/getting-the-effective-audit-policy-in-windows-7-and-2008-r2.aspx Regards, Yan Li TechNet Subscriber Support If you are TechNet Subscription user and have any feedback on our support quality, please send your feedback here.Yan Li TechNet Community Support May 9th, 2012 1:09am Lain, thanks for the reply.. The event I posted was the resultant event on a SQL server in Forest 2 / Domain https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/58dd9506-6843-4034-be89-34c328375a71/kerberos-authentication-failure-0x1b?forum=winserversecurity 2 in my hunt for SPN issues. Here is a sample event from the DC in Forest 1 that is holding the FSMO roles. I have not followed the links that you or Yan have provided but will do so. I definitely dont mind tuning auditing etc, but I always love (read in a sarcastic tone) when I read articles that http://www.networksteve.com/forum/topic.php/Event_ID_4769_w/_Failure_Code_0x1b/?TopicId=29671&Posts=6 state to turn the auditing off to avoid the messages. Kinda like sticking your head in the sand hoping it goes away. Anyway, event is below, let me see if I can learn anything from your link and see if I can get more detail. Log Name: Security Source: Microsoft-Windows-Security-Auditing Date: 5/9/2012 4:55:00 PM Event ID: 4769 Task Category: Kerberos Service Ticket Operations Level: Information Keywords: Audit Failure User: N/A Computer: DC02 Description: A Kerberos service ticket was requested. Account Information: Account Name: [email protected] Account Domain: COMPANY.COM Logon GUID: {00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000} Service Information: Service Name: [email protected] Service ID: NULL SID Network Information: Client Address: ::ffff:xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Client Port: 2283 Additional Information: Ticket Options: 0x40810000 Ticket Encryption Type: 0xffffffff Failure Code: 0x1b Transited Services: - This event is generated every time access is requested to a resource such as a computer or a Windows service. The service name indicates the resource to which access was requested. This event can be correlated with Windows logon events by comparing the Logon GUID fields in each event. The logon event occurs on the machine that was

I just bought and implemented Solarwinds' Syslog server. Good stuff. Now I just need to find the time to look at them! :P In the process of looking through my domain controllers' http://itstuffilearnedtoday.blogspot.com/2014/02/sharepoint-2013-filling-up-my-domain.html security logs (just the failure audits) I was inundated with failures from my Sharepoint http://sharepoint.stackexchange.com/questions/96736/sharepoint-kerberos-and-search server. It made the rest of the logs unreadable, so my goal was set: I needed to fix the Sharepoint server and make it stop doing this! Here's what the errors look like: 2014-01-22 14:46:13 Kernel.Critical dc02.contoso.com Jan 22 14:46:13 dc02.contoso.com MSWinEventLog 2 Security 12451 Wed Jan 22 14:46:13 2014 4769 Microsoft-Windows-Security-Auditing N/A Audit Failure dc02.contoso.com 14337 A code 0x1b Kerberos service ticket was requested. Account Information: Account Name: [email protected] Account Domain: contoso.com Logon GUID: {00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000} Service Information: Service Name: spservice Service ID: S-1-0-0 Network Information: Client Address: ::ffff: Client Port: 57013 Additional Information: Ticket Options: 0x40810000 Ticket Encryption Type: 0xffffffff Failure Code: 0x1b Transited Services: - It's happening on multiple "client ports": 56591 56594 56605 56607 56624 56643 etc. Thankfully, I was able to track down a guide on configuring Sharepoint audit failure 4769 kerberos authentication. No, my logs are cleared up and I can see the data that I care about! Posted by Charles Stemaly at 1:08 PM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest No comments: Post a Comment Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Subscribe via RSS Posts Atom Posts Comments Atom Comments Popular Posts Powershell Automation List Blog Archive ► 2016 (5) ► September (1) ► June (2) ► April (2) ► 2015 (20) ► December (1) ► November (2) ► October (4) ► September (2) ► August (4) ► July (2) ► June (4) ► February (1) ▼ 2014 (51) ► November (1) ► August (4) ► July (11) ► June (4) ► May (2) ► April (4) ► March (13) ▼ February (12) Listing Disabled Active Directory Users Remotely Find What User is Logged In - Put This in... Password Expiration Reminder Emails with Powershel... Pulling Information from SQL Server with Powershel... Backing Up GPOs, and Alerting for Changes Where are my users' mapping their My Documents fol... MS SQL Server Backups - Going from Simple to Full ... PSA: Windows 2003 End-of-Life Editing the "Current User" registry hive from insi... Getting Your Email out of the Barracuda Message Ar... Creating my Swiss-Army USB Thumbdrive Sharepoint 2013

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