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Old Feb 11, 2003, 05:47 AM
andyclarke365 andyclarke365 is offline
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Default Network Security anyone?

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Some one deleted some folders on the network. The server is NT4 server, apart from the security log is the anyway to track which user would have done this?

Is there any freeware programs I can install to give me better monitoring, as checking the security log is pointless as is records every little detail.

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