Is there a way to keep a log on all folders shared folders accesses in a machine (No Auditing)

Posted on 2007-10-10
Last Modified: 2010-03-05

Is there a way to keep a log on all folders shared folders accesses in a machine (No Auditing)
Any other way other than Auditing.
Which can store tha username who accessed the folder.

Question by:bsharath
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    Accepted Solution

    Dont think so. Whats wrong with Auditing?

    I mean I am sure you can use some tools like PSLoggedOn, to get the logons to a text file of a remote, or local machine, and it will tell you who is logged on locally, or via the network, but it wont tell you WHAT share is being accessed, just who is hitting the box fromn the LAN.

    Be interested if there was a way though....

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    Assisted Solution

    No - thats what auditing is for !

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