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Windows 2000 Server - view user's access to server resources

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   I was wondering is there a way to view what kind of files has been accessed by other users in my network? Like listing every single files that they have opened, edited, copied?

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Hi SolverSurfer :)

I would use auditing for tracking file access.  Here is a great link that will take you through step by step:

http://techrepublic.com.com/5100-6270-5034308.html

Hope this helps :)
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