Data downloaded using DTF, can we find entries in journal receivers?

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Data downloaded using DTF, can we find entries in journal receivers.
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If you are journaling your files, you should find the entries regardless of what was used to modify the data.

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  • JohnsonMumbai

    Can you give an example of the entries we will find. As we are not able to find any entry(As open close has been omitted from journaling) and user is not modifying any data instead is only downloading the data to PC.

    Is there any way to track this in such cases when open close entries have been omitted from journaling and user is only downloading data using dtf and not modifying the data.

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  • CharlieBrowne
    You are correct that if you are omitting O/C then there will be no entries. If this is an ongoing issue, you may want to journal the O/C entries.
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  • ToddN2000
    I can understand why the open/close may not be captured. The logs may get to be very large. If you have suspicions as to who may be accessing data then you will need to turn the open/close back on. If this is related to a security issue (data theft?) you may need to turn it on for a short time till you find out who's accessing the data, then block that user.
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  • pdraebel
    AUDIT journaling could prove to be the answer to your issue. Here you can also record any access to a particular Object (File)
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