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Server 2008 R2 File System Audit Logging Not Showing File or Folder Names

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I have successfully enabled the audit logging of my files shares to Everyone, and see the events in the Security log, and see Event 4660 being generated with the account name of who deleted, however it doesn't show what file/folder was deleted, I don't see this generated in any of the events or logs?
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Event logs information is limited and generally does not show detailed one. You need to have to have a third party solution to do a proper filtering. It helps, please check the link below.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Server/2003_Server/Q_27833374.html
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I actually found it was a few events prior to the 4660 and is actually under 4656: A handle to an object was requested and 4663: An attempt was made to access an object.

Had to scroll down in the window to reveal:

Access Request Information:
Accesses: DELETE
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