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log event in share folder???

Posted on 2003-12-09
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Hi Guys
I have share folder ( full share) ( this share forlder is located in win2k server) for my colleges to exchange knowlege  ( file; forlder) but i want to log event who copied to the share folder and which is copied;delate...
how to control ?
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Hi,
you can enable auditing on the server and select the events you want to have logged.
i am sure you can log the delete event, but not the copy,
a copy is a read operation, soo, you might want to log the "read permission"

you can find these settings by taking the properties of your shared folder,
select the security tab
click advanced
select the auditing tab
and add the groups (or users) you want to "log"

hope it helps
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