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Hay All,

Can i get the log if any1 from LAN have access any local computers drive by using following.

\\computername\drive$
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Let me put it this way: access to the administrative shares ("$-shares") requires admin privileges. If an admin wanted to snoop on your data, he would have multiple ways to do it, he would not need those shares - so what are you trying to do?
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