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Issue with files being moved in file server running svr 2008

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Have occasional issues with files being "accidently" moved from one folder to another. Is there a log that tells me who moved them? I can likely identify when it was done, just don't know what user.
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That worked and the links were great tutorials on what needed to be done and how.

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Very happy to help.
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