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#15071 - 01/08/03 04:06 AM can servers log what files are opened on individual computers on the network
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I'm really to lazy to go around and look into the subject on my own so i am asking if anyone knows; is there any way for a server to log what files each computer in the network opens, edits, changes. I think the answer would probably be yes.... but I'm checking anyway and since there is a large amount of traffic on the network is there anyway to make this kind of program efficiently

could anyone help me out here


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#15072 - 01/08/03 07:06 AM Re: can servers log what files are opened on individual computers on the network
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Yes. Depending on the server. You can also go ahead and audit according to user, computer, directory, specific files, etc. on WIndows 2000 Server I know.

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