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Forensic software

I need to find trial or free software ot find out who made changes to server files that contains my licenses
Windows XPMicrosoft Server OSWindows Server 2003

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davorin

8/22/2022 - Mon
davorin

I'm affraid that post-festum you will not be able to do that. You would need to already monitor your servers using auditing.
Primer of auditing:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/325898
xmlmagician

+1 to davorin

one way to narrow it down is if you go to event viewer and security and see who has logged in. that might give you a hint or point you to a direction.
Lee W, MVP

Agreed with the above.

I'd also suggest you start securing the files so that only authorized people have access to files... if they don't need access, put them in a shared folder they don't have access to!
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davorin

If you didn't enabled auditing on your server you will have no data you need in logs - so even Event Log Manager will not help you.
Event Log Manager is just a tool that shows what is written in event logs in different way...