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Auditing Software that backs up at least 30 days. Win2003Server.

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I'm running Windows 2000 Server and I need auditing software that actually keeps a log  at least 30 days old of who is logging on/off the domain and also who is accessing a certain folder on the network. So far all the software I've tried just shows you lofs from that certain time. This is for a customs broker who might need to see who logged into the server 12 days ago at a certain time.

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GFI's SELM is good for this and more: http://www.gfi.com/lanselm/  As well as Snare: http://www.intersectalliance.com/projects/index.html
GFI isn't free, but snare is. If you need a free syslog server for snare to log to, try any linux distribution or the Kiwi tools version for windows. both tools can aid in intrusion detection by sending alerts to you in the event of multiple logon failures, directory access etc...
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