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File server Auditing or any other way to find Modified files n:username;p:read;m:grant

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File server Auditing or any other way to find Modified files n:username;p:read;m:grant.
I need to find who modified a file.Is there a way to know this.If not if i enable Auditing will there be a record of who changed the files henceforth.

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Sharath
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Sorry please omit this " n:username;p:read;m:grant. "
Typo mistake...
 
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Yes. Auditing will tell you who did what and when.
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Can i know the eact way of doing this
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On the folder or file you want to audit, right click and choose Properties. Go to the Security tab-page and click Advanced. On the Advanced Security Properties you should see the Auditing tab-page.

You need to decide beforehand WHAT you want to audit. The following MS link is a good guide.
http://technet2.microsoft.com/windowsserver/en/library/6847e72b-9c47-42ab-b3e3-691addac9f331033.mspx?mfr=true

One thing to remember is NOT to audit everything as the log file can grow out of your control.


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