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#46383 - 08/05/08 10:42 AM Windows Events for Changing Access rights to a folder or a File
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Hi guyz,

Please help me out. I wanted to know that can we get events in case of a user changes the access rights of a folder or a file and in case if a user adds any new file or folder in a parent folder??

I have seen that in the Audit option windows provide these facilities but in real I am not getting any alert about these, I have deployed GFI Event Manager but only alert I get is about "Take Ownership attempt" and this event generates even if a user access the priperties of the folder. But I do not get any alert form GFI if change the access rights of the folder or file or even if I create a new file or folder.

Can anyone help me in this regard.

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#46387 - 08/05/08 04:32 PM Re: Windows Events for Changing Access rights to a folder or a File [Re: mobi]
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IMO, you're likely not going to be able to get much better than the GFI tools, especially for such a specialized task...


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