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Audit object access

Posted on 2011-03-12
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How can I set this up to only look at a single folder? How do I set it up?

'No auditing'
Not defined'
or
'Success Failure' ?

I'm not sure what the differance is between not defined and nor auditing is?


I have set up auditing on the folder.
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If you want to audit a single folder then you need to switch this on
Sucess if you want to record when people do things
Failure id you want to record when they attempted (and failed to do things
and Both if you want both.

Once set up, then go to the folder(s) you want to modify, open the security tab->advanced and open auditing

You can then select the users and actions you want to record

see

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/301640
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