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How to log access to file sharing?

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Hello,
i need to log all operations of access for file sharing,
example of data should be collected:
- user name.
- ip address.
- time of acesss.
- accessed files.

is there already built in tool for this in windows xp, 2003 or i need external software?
is there also another logging facilities, like RDC access log.. etc. ?
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by:tareqa1
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thanx for fast reply, i checked it. it do not achieve my goals to log ip address for accessed files.
i don't want to right click the shared folder, security auditing.. etc. i wanna have this by default.
some of accessed files are through default share c$, d$.
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There is another tool but is has a cost.  Check out netpro, change auditor should do what you are looking for.

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