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Posted on 2013-11-21
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Hi,

Is there any way to trace the access log to a shared folder without the auditing settings enabled?  Actually one user really needs to know who've accessed his shared folder for the past couple of months when the auditting was not in effect.  

I've googled for alternative solution but found nothing helpful so far.  
Appreciate your help in advance.  

Thanks,
Kyotokyo
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Dont think you can do it without enabling auditing.
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No.
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Well...thank you for your posts anyway.
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Yw :)
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