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file auditing turned on, but how to search?

Posted on 2004-04-01
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I have turned on file auditing to keep track of who does what to which file, but its not very easy to get info out of event viewer.  Is there a better way to look throught/search the logs, or perhaps a better program for monitoring and logging file access on 2000 server?
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Hi theamzngq,

The best idea I can come up with is filtering the log.  Right click the log name... properties... filter tab.
I have seen lots of posts on the same subject and haven't seen much usefull tools to help with this.

happy trails
Chad
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