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    Monitor a shared folder / whole server

    Heya,

    Our staff have started to use their staff share a lot more now and i was wondering what you guys use for file monitoring (if at all), I'm wanting to log times/modifications/usernames so if staff mess with files they shouldn't i can see who's done what and when.

    We're running S2008R2 W7 Clients

    Cheers

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    Also interested in this but never done any research!

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    File and folder auditing is built into Server 2008. See here for more info.

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