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Logging file moves and deletes in 2003 server.

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Need to set this up by monday morning.

I need to be able to log or notify someone when a file or folder is moved or deleted. I have never tried to log anything like this and I am not sure if it is even possible. I will be looking in to it over the weekend myself but any help would be appreciated.

My users have too many rights the the files and are constantly moving (losing) and deleting them. My company will not let me tighten down security to where this is not a problem. We have 250 gig of data that all users have all but full access to. Not a good situation i know but this is what I have to work with.
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