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When a service engineer log into an AS/400, is there a way to bypass Systems Activity Logging? Meaning the login does not show on Activity Log. This is talking about a running AS/400 without powering down or reIPL.
Is there a way to find out what user on the SBS 2003 Server deleted a folder in a share? Security logs?? Activity Logs? Thank you, Cory