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How to get notifications if someone changes the permissions on folders or files on network

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How to get notifications if someone changes the permissions on folders or files on network
We have several Admins and I need to get notifications if someone is changing security permissions on folders or files and would like to knw when this happens without having to read multiple log files every day.
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Won't be possible natively, you'll need a third-party tool like NetPro's ChangeAuditor.  (I'm sure other vendors have similar offerings, ChangeAuditor just happens to be the one I'm familiar with.)
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