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Is there a way to look into the NetApp logs to determine who deleted an entire share folder
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I wish I could help you.  However I doubt that NetApp logs things as granularly as transient Active Directory users who browse network shares and make changes.  I know lost data can cause grief.  But this would be something like a change.   The logging would have to be fast or there would be a performance penalty.  The logs would grow rapidly if they captured everything like this.
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