Can I tell what user deleted a group of files or folders via SMB? The users are on a mix of windows and apple machines but I can not determine who deleted the files. Is there any way to tell who did it after the fact?
Answer Question | September 9, 2010 1:39 PM
CIFS, Common Internet File System, Server Message Block, SMB, User tracking
MY question is I am using Terminal Server to which 100 users are connected with particular IP address.Further the Terminal server is connected to firewall.Now the firewall gives reporting of websites that have been opened and amount of data downloaded.now i want the reporting should of individual users that opened the website and downloaded the [...]
Answer Question | June 26, 2009 11:28 AM
Firewall management, Firewalls, Terminal Server, User tracking
How to trace unauthroized users trying someone’s user id on AS/400 system, is there anyway so that I can trap his system IP address?
Answer Question | October 17, 2009 9:30 AM
AS/400 security, Unauthorized users protection, User tracking
Does anyone have a recommendation for a good software program to track internet content for lap top users when not connected to the network? Specifically, what software does the best tracking when the users connects back to the network.
Answer Question | February 23, 2009 10:05 PM
Employee monitoring, End user security, Endpoint security, Laptops, Monitoring employees, Monitoring software, User tracking
Hi, Is it possible to have a way to trace who updated a particular file (word or excel etc) in windows 2003 ? Can auditing AD objects solve this ? Thanks and regards, Leo
Answer Question | February 18, 2009 9:31 AM
Active Directory, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Network administration, User monitoring, User tracking, Windows Server 2003
we are working in a Network I would like to know when all the users signoff and signon ? How ?
Answer Question | January 5, 2009 4:01 PM
Security logs, signon, User monitoring, User tracking
As we are having the following problem in the office (small company without an IT person) I was wondering if it is possible to find out when someone last logged on to their PC. System details Email: Exchange server (externally hosted) PC OS: XP Productivity SW: Office 2007 Issue Someone is logging on to a [...]
Answer Question | February 4, 2009 8:44 AM
Email security, Employee monitoring, Exchange security, Exchange user settings, Login scripts, Password management, Tracking user activites, User monitoring, User Permissions, User restrictions, User tracking