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Security Setting Policy

The RSOP_SecuritySettings class is the abstract class from which other RSoP security classes derive.

To report on the security configuration options for computers and users within the scope of a GPO, you can use the following RSoP WMI Classes.

ClassDescription
RSOP_AuditPolicy Represents the security setting for a local Group Policy that relates to the auditing of an event type. Events can include, among others, system events and account management events.
RSOP_File Represents a security policy setting that defines the access permissions and audit settings for a securable file system object.
RSOP_RegistryKey Represents a security policy setting that defines the access permissions and audit settings for a particular registry key.
RSOP_RegistryValue Represents specific security-related registry values.
RSOP_RestrictedGroup Represents a security policy setting that defines the members of a restricted (security-sensitive) group.
RSOP_SecurityEventLogSettingBoolean Represents a security policy setting that determines whether or not guests can access the system, application and security event logs.
RSOP_SecurityEventLogSettingNumeric Represents a security policy setting that determines numeric properties related to the system, application, and security event logs. Properties include the number of days to retain entries and maximum log size.
RSOP_SecuritySettingBoolean Represents the Boolean security setting for an account policy. Account policies include password policies and account lockout policies.
RSOP_SecuritySettingNumeric Represents the numeric security setting for an account policy. Account policies include password policies, account lockout policies, and Kerberos-related policies.
RSOP_SecuritySettings Abstract class from which other RSoP security classes derive. Instances of this class are not logged. RSOP_SecuritySettings derives from the RSOP_PolicySetting class.
RSOP_SecuritySettingString Represents the string security setting for an account policy.
RSOP_SystemService Represents the security policy setting that defines the start-up mode and access permissions for a particular system service.
RSOP_UserPrivilegeRight Represents the security setting for a local Group Policy that relates to the assignment of a particular user privilege.

 

 

 

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