How do I edit what is logged under security audit for SBS 2011?

Users are reporting that folders keep mysteriously moving and nobody will take credit.  I would like to track this via the security audit logs.  Because I'm logging about 5-10 events per second, I can't obtain more than a few hours of logs when I really needs weeks worth of logs.

I would like to temporarily turn off all security logs except for this particular log but I'm not sure how to configure what is logged.

Any advice would be helpful.
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
you can get very granular with auditing. The standard  audit  all encompassing, go into the securuity properties of the folder, advanced, autiing , WHO do you want to audit add everyone check "delete" and check "delete folders and files"  When it happens again open the audit log and filter on event id 580.. there you go.
ABT, Inc.Author Commented:
Thanks for the advice David.  I'll certainly do that to track the changes.

I still have an issue of not being able to find anything in the event log because it's inundated with logon/logoff events, multiple times per second (i.e. event 4624 and 4634).  I tried disabling all of these through the group policy management editor for the default domain policy.  I disabled them under Computer Configuration > Policies > Windows Settings > Security Settings > Local Policies > Audit Policy.  I'm pretty sure I've done something wrong because the logs continue to fill.

I would really like to disable these logs.
ABT, Inc.Author Commented:
If anyone else has this problem, I solved the issue.

To disable the logon/logoff events (events 4624 and 4634),  Run secpol.msc > Advanced Audit Policy Configuration > Logon/Logoff.

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ABT, Inc.Author Commented:
Figured it out myself
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