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Does anybody know of another application I can use to keep track of file deletions? I enabled Audit success for the local security policy and I am able to enable successful and unsuccessful file deletions. But I want an easier way than going through the security event log and looking for event id 560 plus I want it to keep track of it for a long time where as the event logs are set to overwrite after when full. I looked at GFI SELM and didn't really care for it but that was the only program I could find for Event log management and reporting.

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I really like EventSentry www.eventsentry.com

It can e-mail you when events are happening and lots of other things.
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