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Monitoring file accesses on network shares in real time (who and what)?

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I am looking for an application which will allow me to monitor (in real time) file accesses to the shared volumes on my XP Pro workstation.

- I do not want to use MS useless auditing feature;
- A file sniffer is not acceptable;
- SysInternal's Filemon doesn't display file names or the person accessing the files.

I've searched Google and had no success. I would think this is a fairly simple request... but I :-( failed!

Anyone?

Thanks a million!
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ibu1: Fantastic!

"share monitor http://www.mp3vcr.com/sharemonitor/ShareMonitor.exe" is EXACTLY what I was looking for. Furthermore, the source code is included so that I can customize this prog.

250 points well earned! Thank you! :-)
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