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Is there a way to create a log - preferably a text file - that would write an entry each time a file was changed or modified in a single directory?
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The problem I'm having is that when I go into any of my audit policeies on the domain controller they are all greyed out. I don't have acess to make changes - even though I'm logged in as admin.
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Is that the local security policy on the domain controller?  Because DCs don't have local policies - you have to set them up in AD.
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