Domain Controller Agent

The Active Directory Domain Controller Agent ( DCUA ) can be installed on Microsoft Active Directory Domain Controllers to supply the Rocket Web Filter with user information when a user logs into the network.

Agents are available for download here.

In order for the Domain Controller User Agent (DCUA) to be able to “see” logons and logoffs, the security policy for the domain must be configured to audit those events.

2008 Server Configuration

    • 1. From the Administrative Tools menu, choose Group Policy Management:

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    • 2. Expand the Domains folder under the Forest to be configured.
    • 3. Expand the Group Policy Objects folder under the domain to be configured.
    • 4. Right-click Default Domain Controllers Policy and select Edit:

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    • 5. Open the Computer Configuration → Policies → Windows Settings → Security Settings → Local Policies → Audit Policy folder:

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    • 6. Double-click Audit account logon events:

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    • 7. Check the Success box and click OK.
    • 8. Double-click Audit logon events:

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    • 9. Check the Success box and click OK.
    • 10. Double-click Audit logon events:

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2003 Server Configuration

    • 1. From the Administrative Tools menu, choose Domain Security Policy:

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    • 2. Open the Security Settings →Local Policies →Audit Policy folder:

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    • 3. Double-click Audit account logon events:

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    • 4. Check the Success box and then click OK.
    • 5. Double-click Audit logon events:

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  • 6. Check the Success box and then click OK.