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Is there a program that allows me to log/monitor/view the disk write activity of a process? For example, it would be able to log all files on disk that the process has created/modified.

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Use Process Monitor. Filter out everything except write activity by making two filters as follows:

  1. Operation begins with WriteFile Include
  2. Operation begins with WriteConfig Include
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What is WriteConfig? – BornToCode Mar 10 at 21:43

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