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Auditing %SystemRoot%\system32 or c:\windows\system32 Files

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I have two questions for this subject:

1.  What is the difference between the SystemRoot location and the "windows" location?

2.  If I need to set auditing for specific files within the \system32 directory, does it matter if I set it through SystemRoot or in the \system32 directory?
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Thanks for the explanation.

If I wanted to set auditing to %SystemRoot%\system32\activeds.dll from the cmd shell, what would it look like?
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