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How can I audit files/folders that are deleted or renamed on the Server?

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I need to keep a record of when a user, deletes or renames, a file or folder on the Server.  It would also be helpful to know the user name (or login id), date, time, name of file or folder deleted (or renamed) on the Server.

How can I do this?
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