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I have a very strange problem. It concerns accessing network shares. Here is my scenario : A user on a Vista PC opens a shortcut to a network share that they have permission to access. On the file server we receive a failure audit error in the Security log (event id 560) to say the user has tried...
I know that object auditing can be turned on in Server 2003. The Windows security resource kit says that about 30 events can be logged to the event log just for opening a file, writing a line to the file and then closing the file. This can obviously fill up an event log very quickly and make the...
I have File Auditing turned on for several folders- is it possible (free or no cost) to send notifications of the auditing?