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Auditing & Reporting Access to Files on File Server
From: mjd <bragot () gmail com>
Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2011 14:27:32 -0700

Our organization is looking for a way to do better auditing and
reporting on sensitive files access on our file server.  For example,
we'd like to be able to generate a report showing who accessed and/or
modified sensitive documents on ServerA\SharedFolderB.

Now we currently do this through our SIEM which stores all logs
generated by Windows/AD.  However, the reports we create are very
clunky and very difficult to read.

I'd like to solicit anyone's feedback on the different solutions that
you've used in order to accomplish what we're trying to do.

thanks!

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