Security Event Id 538 Logon Type 10
Detailed Authentication Information: Logon Process: (see 4611) CredPro indicates a logoninitiated by User Account Control Authentication Package: (see 4610 or 4622) Transited Services: This has to do with server applications that Q: What are the different Windows Logon Types that can show up in the Windows event log? For>> >> >> instance>> >> >> disabling netbios over tcp/ip, disabling the computer browser >> >> >> service,>> >> >> and>> >> >> configuring the security option for "additional restrictions for>> If you disable netbios over tcp/ip on a computer it will no longer show in or be able to use My Network Places but access to shares can still be done http://1pxcare.com/event-id/security-event-id-529-logon-type-3.html
See ME828020 for a hotfix applicable to Microsoft Windows 2000. So now I can indeed verify that I am able to establish >> > a>> > null>> > session with my server; and 'yes' it apparently does log a 538 upon>> The user's password was passed to the authentication package in its unhashed form. So now I can indeed verify that I am able to establish a > > null> > session with my server; and 'yes' it apparently does log a 538 upon > my site
Event Id 540
I doubt> >> Client for Microsoft Networks enabled on your server is causing the null> >> sessions to be created to your server. Calls to WMI may fail with this impersonation level. When I do have no access without explicit anonymous permissions enabled I can not create a null session and I simply get a system error 5 has occurred - access is When event 528 is logged, a logon type is also listed in the event log.
As > long as the security option for additional restrictions for anonymous access > is NOT set to no access without explicit anonymous permissions I am able to > create a Event ID: 538 Source: Security Source: Security Type: Success Audit Description:User Logoff: User Name:
A logon id (logon identifier or LUID) identifies a logon session. The security log does contain 540/538 'pairs' that reflect the credentials of these known users (user/domain). (These are also 'Logon Type 3') But the number of 538 NT AUTHORITY/ANONYMOUS LOGON events We identified a number of token leak issues in the OS and fixed them for SP4.It is still possible for tokens to leak; the existing token architecture has no back-reference capability https://www.ultimatewindowssecurity.com/securitylog/encyclopedia/event.aspx?eventID=4624 If your server does not need to>> >> logon>> >> to a domain or access shares/resources on other computers then you >> >> should>> >> be>> >> able to diable it
For non domain > computers you are best using only FQDN when referring to computer names if > NBT is disabled. Logon Process Advapi I doubt>> Client for Microsoft Networks enabled on your server is causing the null>> sessions to be created to your server. Security pros are their own worst enemy Just when the world seems ready to listen to us, we give it a display of epic bickering.