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Breadcrumbs for folder moves

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Does a program exist that tells you what folders you've moved into other locations throughout the day in file explorer?

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Question by:Trevor Jobin
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Not neatly. You can open Windows Explorer and right click in the name, date modified line and select more. From there you can select other dates. However not all of these change and there is no track (from a to b to c).
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I don't even think Auditing does the job (see eventlog after enabling it). If it does, it's really hard to find what you need too. Reading only one entry is already a pain, and there will literally be hundreds of thousand, if not millions throughout the day, depending on how many users are busy with how many files.

Options:

- Check location against a backup
- Write your own software (daemon on the server)
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