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Monitoring files accessed by an interactive program

Posted on 2004-09-06
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I would like to monitor an Interactive Program that accesses FLC, MOV and WAW files.
I just found a program (out of a dozen) that could tell wich FLC file was accessed but not the mov or waw.
I also tried by setting the audit object access to success, Faillures and reading the EventViewer but could not set the security NTFS settings altough my winXP tells me that
the FS is NTFS...
Any idea of an elegant solution, I'm not very keen to spyware solutions.
Thank you very much.
gaansan
 
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try using filemon from www.sysinternals.com
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