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Windows Audit Mode -cannot login

I am using this link to build a standard image of Windows 7: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee523217%28v=ws.10%29.aspx I got to the Windows Audit Mode point. For some odd reason, when my ...
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Get delete events with file name and user for particular folder

In my windows server 2012 i want to know which files is deleted from a folder by which network user. I want to track delete events only for particular folder. I have done it using group policy and ...
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Making application visible to software audit tools

I'm writing a software for Windows which is not always installed via msi installer. The software is aimed for business customers. Bigger companies use tools to audit software installed on employee ...
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Windows File Server audit

I would like to know that how to check out the logs of files and folders deletion on windows server 2008 as well as who did it from where and when?
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Is there any file check summing software which deals correctly with deep paths?

I have been looking for software which will checksum and verify/compare NTFS volumes with deep paths on Windows, and failing verification on every one I've tried. I've even tried writing my own python ...
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File Auditing in Windows

I believe there is no other way to check on a Windows System (for instance Win 7) who has copied or access a file or folder except for enabling File Auditing in the Local Security Policy. Now that ...
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1answer
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How to find my network and database access [closed]

Our company gets audited pretty regularly and I was wondering if there's an easy way to find out which accounts have access to what on our network? We're an all windows development shop, so all our ...
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Windows Network resource access audit

In a windows network I'd like to set up some kind of audit, to know when certain users access certain resources (e.g. copy files) Is there a simple way to have such operations logged?