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Event ID for modification of NTFS and folder permission changes

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I wanted to know if anyone knows what event ID I should look for with regards to a modification of folder/users/share permissions.  I'm trying to go through a Windows log on a MS Server 2008 R2 and verify who may have modified some permissions.
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Please find below link having description of all event ID's for windows 2008 so next time you dont need to research

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/174074
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