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Windows Storage Server Log Files

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I need to check if an employee has downloaded loads of files from our server. Are there any logs hidden away saying who has accessed what files and/or when they had active sessions?
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For this you would have to enable object access auditing before the event, this link explains the process quite nicely - http://blogs.technet.com/b/mspfe/archive/2013/08/27/auditing-file-access-on-file-servers.aspx
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