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Hello Everyone,  I have a SBS 2011 and users are constantly moving or deleting data. Some of it is accidental and some of it is not. Is there anyway I can find out which user is doing this. If this activity could be registered in windows event viewer.

Thank you in advance for your help.
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As stated you will need to enable auditing File/Folder access.

Group Policy Auditing

Local File Auditing 2008R2 File Server

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Thank you all. I have my work cut out for the weekend. I will test it out and get back to you with a report.  If I don't speak to you have a great weekend.
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Thank you all for your help.
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