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Auditing User Access of Files, Folders for window 2003 default enable

Hi Experts ,

I asking question for my HR manager who work in my company . we have window 2003 server standard edition as file server , He asked me default gpo policy for auditing user access of files are enable by default , Is it correct . Someone has links that  can proof default window server 2003 domain controller gpo policy is not enable by default .

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JustMy2Cents

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Brian Pierce

There is no auditing of folder or file access by default - if you want to switch it on then you first have to enable auditing of object access

Once that's done then for each folder (or file) you want to audit, you can set which users and which events should be recorded
Brian Pierce

opps - I forgot the link

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310399

This is for XP but all versions of windows are similar
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