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    i am having a folder violation in a 'common area' folder that all students have read and write permissions on, the folder background is being changerd on a regular basis, i can change this back with IESHWIZ.exe but its getting annoying, i have right click disabled and all the usual illegal application assigned, i cant see how they are doing it? does anyone have any ideas on how i can either trace who is doing it or how i can stop this?

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    Re: folder violation

    You could switch auditing on for the folder and files in question and see what comes up in the event log. That might tell you who is responsible.

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    Re: folder violation

    great idea i have now activated this and am awaiting a tug on the line!

    thanks Osprey



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