We have a network running an SBS2008 server behind a firewall with approximately 10 employees with 10 Windows 7 Pro workstations
We have one employee that was recently placed on a 60 day probationary period because he was spending too much time on the internet and doing side jobs and not spending reasonable time on his work
- The owner of the company has installed a web watcher type program that monitors the activities on his PC. She wants to be cautious because she does not want to invade the employees privacy and personal emails. The employee has been made aware that this program has been installed on his workstation and that he’s being monitored.
- The owner does not want to fire the employee and hopes the employee does better.
- The owner’s concern is that she has found that the employee is using the companies software and templates for his side jobs. She is concerned that data may be stolen from the office
- We are also looking to totally disable the internet access on his workstation with his knowledge
I know there are options to enable event logs to record every time a user accesses, creates and closes a file on the server. That might be overkill and a lot of logs to go thru.
Is there an easier way to log what files are access and opened, closed or even deleted?
Any help would be appreciated.