My company runs a file server (windows 2003 R2) which is many years old, and contains a shared drive which holds a large number of folders and documents. Everyone has full access to this shared drive, and over the years it has become very disorganised. Sometimes folders and documents are accidentally moved around and I have to waste time trying to locate things.
The company now has a new file server, and I am ready to start moving things over to it. Can anyone recommend the best way to organise it? I was thinking of creating a fix folder structure so that people don't have access to move things, but this wouldn't prevent documents being accidentally moved.
Is there a way to prevent folders that have been created by users being moved out of the folder they are created in? Or is there a different way around this altogether?
Also, can anyone recommend any software which can create easily readable reports out of the audit logs?
February 5, 2008 10:12 AM
February 5, 2008 10:25 AM