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who changed my ftp setting and permission?

Posted on 2007-03-27
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someone changed our ftp server setting and permission.  From the security event log, what category and event id should I look out for?

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You Need check whether you have enabled Audit Object access. If you have enabled look in this area.
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yes, it was already enable but the security log was so huge ( 200mb), i can't possibly look at line by line. i need to know the exact category and evenid pertaining to ftp modification.
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