Monitoring Domain Administrator

I have Four Domain Administrator that deal with files, folders and others objects.
how I can monitor them and which files or folders etc ... they have been looking at it.
Is there is a special monitoring software I should look at it or windows 2008 has the capability of doing this
ouniszAsked:
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ouniszAuthor Commented:
Well After a long search I found a suitable Management software that can do all the things I want I already tested in different server and domain and It works perfecltly
ADAudit Plus  http://www.manageengine.com/products/active-directory-audit/index.html?ADAPID=8&kw=ADAudit%20plus&adId=7654795367&gclid=CJr4vbaGn6wCFYEZ4QodPWUoAA
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MidnightOneCommented:
File and folder uditing can do this, but trying to monitor all files and folders will wrap your event logs so fast as to be totally useless.
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ouniszAuthor Commented:
if there is in that case a monitor software?
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dan_blagutCommented:
Hello

You should enable the audit log only on the specific files (RH files etc) if not the amount of data will make the analyse useless.

Dan
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ouniszAuthor Commented:
I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

I have try the audit and find useless
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dan_blagutCommented:
Hello
In fact all audit method are useless until you find something. The only thing that is activated will say "dont touch" to your admins.

Dan
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MidnightOneCommented:
How is audit useless? Is it not tracking what they're doing, or is it not showing what you expected?
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ouniszAuthor Commented:
Perfect auditing software, it can audit what exactly you want
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