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Windows File Server and SQL Auditor

Posted on 2014-01-13
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Hello,
Anyone know of a good tool which audits Windows File Servers (create, delete, move, both file and folders)? I'd prefer that the 2 applications have one application to view the reports, etc. I need this to see who deleted, renamed, added files. As well to see who inserted, deleted, edited rows in SQL and who deleted a table(s) or database, etc....

Thank you.
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As well to see who inserted, deleted, edited rows in SQL and who deleted a table(s) or database, etc....

Do update are you in need for a row wise monitoring tool or column wise monitoring tool.  

And for file server its an simple auditing for file server or like the files and folder is at a drop box and then they have to be monitored.

Cheers...!!!
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