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I've been doing some reading in my spare time about file systems and forensics , and often to find of remnants that a file existed, they suggest looking at the "NTFS journal". Where is this myserty file/journal on a file server, and how can it be interogated, is it easy to analyze or a complete mess?
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I think you mean the file server resource manager. You can install it with file services..
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