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auditing in Track-it

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Hi Everyone,

In the older version of Track-it, it used to be that you can audit a machine silently meaning the user doesn't see any indication of the the audit happening unless they look at the task manager.  

You just had to put it on a batch file and run the audit as audit32.exe /switch

Does anyone remember what that switch was?  I have tried audit32.exe /silent and it didn't work.

Thanks.
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TobiasHolm earned 2000 total points
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Hi!

To run quiet, use:
audit32.exe /q

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Regards, Tobias
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Perfect.  Thank you.
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