Event Details
Operating System->Microsoft Windows->Built-in logs->Windows 2000-2003->Security Log->Object Access->EventID 564 - Object Deleted [Win 2000]
EventID 564 - Object Deleted [Win 2000]
Indicates that the object specified by the Handle ID was successfully deleted.

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Corresponding events on other OS versions: 

Windows 2003 / XP
Windows 2008
        Event Type:	Success Audit
        Event Source:	Security
        Event Category:	Object Access
        Event ID:	564
        Date:		5/5/2009
        Time:		1:08:10 PM
        User:		LOGISTICS\Alebovsky
        Computer:	DCCC1
        Object Deleted:
        Object Server:	Security
        Handle ID:	1724
        Process ID:	4052
Log Type: Windows Event Log
 Uniquely Identified By:
Log Name: Security
Filtering Field Equals to Value
OSVersion Windows 2000
Category Object Access
Source Security
EventId 564
Field Matching
FieldDescriptionStored inSample Value
DateTime Date/Time of event origination in GMT format. DateTime 10.10.2000 19:00:00
Source Name of an Application or System Service originating the event. Source Security
Type Warning, Information, Error, Success, Failure, etc. Type Success
User Domain\Account name of user/service/computer initiating event. User RESEARCH\Alebovsky
Computer Name of server workstation where event was logged. Computer DC1
EventID Numerical ID of event. Unique within one Event Source. EventId 576
Description The entire unparsed event message. Description Special privileges assigned to new logon.
Log Name The name of the event log (e.g. Application, Security, System, etc.) LogName Security
Category A name for a subclass of events within the same Event Source. Category Logon/Logoff
Process ID ID of the process (program) making the access request InsertionString3 4052
Object Server The name of the service handling the termination of object InsertionString1 Security
Handle ID ID of the handle of the object being deleted. Useful for tracking back other events related to the same object. E.g. find the "Object Open" event to find out the name of the deleted object. InsertionString2 1724
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