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File Audit Hardware Solution

Posted on 2011-09-14
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We are looking for some sort of hardware appliance that we can put in front of a file server that can audit file access.  The device should also be able to govern which workstations have the ability to access the file server functioning like a firewall in a sense.  We have looked at several solutions, but none quite meet our needs.  If anyone would have any suggestions, it would be greatly appreciated.  Thank you.  
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Xceedium does fit the bills unless you have more specific requirements which can be better addressed. Importance is the logging capability for audit and potentiLly you needed some external log server since the verbose logging has to be managed.
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