Logging file sctivity in selected directories

Discussion in 'Computer Security' started by Niels Jespersen, Jul 2, 2007.

  1. Hello

    We need to log file activity, or rather we need to log who is doing what
    to which files in selected directories. We are talking shared
    directories on Windows 2003 file servers.

    Enabling audit on the directories does of course provide logging in the
    event log, but the resulting log information is anything but easy to use.

    CA has some tools that can provide a more straightforward audit-trail
    but we would prefer not to roll out the very large CA-cannon, if there
    are more specific tools available to do the job.

    So, does anyone have any experience with tools to do the above-mentioned
    logging?

    Niels Jespersen
    Niels Jespersen, Jul 2, 2007
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