How to track who reads/changes files on NT4.0 server in NT4 domai n?

Date: 12/23/03

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    Date: Tue, 23 Dec 2003 10:00:37 -0500

    We need the ability to track what users read and change files in a specific
    directory on a NT 4.0 server in an NT 4.0 domain (not the entire server).

    I'm not seeing any built-in auditing that will do that. Is there any
    software which will do the monitoring and generate reports?


    John Lewis
    Security Engineer
    Information Technology Dept.
    City of Charlottesville, VA

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