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Is it possible to see when a file has been moved in the logs?

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A user's data sub-folder has allegedly moved location on an SBS 2011 Server. Is is possible to see from the logs who might have done this, or change the logs settings so I can know in future.

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by:Alexios
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Unfortunately it cannot be done

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by:edhasted
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Let's wait a little but unfortunately suspect you are correct. I would have thought that logging on that scale would create ridiculous logs. I can see when the folder was created but not by whom.
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 500 total points
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Yes by turning on auditing.. but the logs will be huge.. a move is a copy and a delete.
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