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Query the New Windows Audit Policies Programmatically

, 26 Feb 2010 CPOL
This sample show how to access the information retrieved by running Auditpol.
#pragma once

#include <vector>
#include <string>
using namespace std;

//	Forwarded reference
class CAuditPolicySubCategory;

//	Class definition
class CAuditPolicyCategory
{
public:
	CAuditPolicyCategory(GUID* const);
	~CAuditPolicyCategory();

	//	Retrieve its GUID
	GUID* GetGuid();

	//	Retrieve its User Friendly Name
	wstring GetFriendlyName();

	//	Enumerate the Audit Policy Sub Categories
	vector<CAuditPolicySubCategory*> GetSubCategories();

private:
	//	Disable default Ctor
	CAuditPolicyCategory() {};

	GUID* m_pGuid;
	PWSTR  m_pName;

	void CleanAuditSubCategoriesCollection();

	typedef vector<CAuditPolicySubCategory*> AuditPolicySubCategory;
	AuditPolicySubCategory m_vAuditPolicySubCategories;
};

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