File created/modified audit settings with EventLog in command line or script (power shell,VB script.. etc)

Hello Experts,

I want to know command for setting audit property settings from command line on Windows 7.

I know we can audit file access EventLog like followings,

As above, we have to set "Audit object access" to true in local security policy and set audit property to true of target folders manually.
I want to know how to set audit property of target folders(Folder->Property->Security->Advanced->Auditing->Create files / write data to TRUE) in command line or script(power shell,VB script.. etc).

Any idea welcome.

Nobuo Miwa
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Hi, there is a step by step approach to using Powershell to do this, shown here:

Set File System Auditing via PowerShell



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Nobuo MiwaSecurity EngineerAuthor Commented:
Great !!
It works !

Thanks Rob !

Nobuo Miwa
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