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How I can get information who has deleted files and folders from my shared folder?

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Hi,
What need to be done on AD so I can get full information about shared folder who is accessing and deleting the files.

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harish
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you must enable security audit on the folder
How to enable and apply security auditing in Windows 2000: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/300549 
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