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    Hello Everyone,
    This is my first time to work with batch files and I am curious to know if it is possible to create a batch file the will log users disconnecting from a mapped drive on the server. I don't have admin rights, so I need to do this from the user end. Any Ideas?

    Thanks in advance,
    Kio

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    Re: Network Log Batch File

    you really should have admin rights if you want to do admin stuff.......
    "...if I turn out to be particularly clear, you've probably misunderstood what I've said” - Alan Greenspan

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    • #3
      Re: Network Log Batch File

      Really Lior_S !
      We only have one Admin, and I was asked to watch his activity..I can't have admin rights without tipping him off. Can someone answer my question without giving me another elementary response?

      Thanks,'
      Kio

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      • #4
        Re: Network Log Batch File

        Originally posted by kio View Post
        We only have one Admin, and I was asked to watch his activity.
        How about auditing security logs?

        If you need to make sure the admin is not snooping around on user files, you have more a problem you might realize.

        -vP

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        • #5
          Re: Network Log Batch File

          Ok, I'll try and ask as simple as possible, can I keep a log of users that disconnect from a mapped drive on a server from a users end that does not have admin rights at the moment? If so, what would be a good starting point?

          Thanks,
          Kio

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            Re: Network Log Batch File

            Originally posted by kio View Post
            Really Lior_S !
            We only have one Admin, and I was asked to watch his activity..I can't have admin rights without tipping him off. Can someone answer my question without giving me another elementary response?

            Thanks,'
            Kio
            In that case sack the admin if you don't trust them.

            To answer your question what activity are you wanting to watch???

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            • #7
              Re: Network Log Batch File

              Guys you know what? I asked a simple yes or no question and all I've got was a few non intellegent reply's. All I was looking for was a "yes" or a "no", I don't need to explain my reasons for doing this becuase its irrellevant to the question.

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              • #8
                Re: Network Log Batch File

                Originally posted by kio View Post
                Guys you know what? I asked a simple yes or no question and all I've got was a few non intellegent reply's. All I was looking for was a "yes" or a "no", I don't need to explain my reasons for doing this becuase its irrellevant to the question.
                Wow, hold your horses buddy! You only got what you asked for.
                If you are incapable of resolving your operational issues and turn to technology hoping to snap your fingers and get it resolved then you are wrong because it wont happen like that. There is no clear Yes and No answers because it depends what you want exactly. Even then you still need to have some sort of administrative rights over your IT system, which only the IT admin can provide you with.
                Ask him to enable Object access auditing and give you the access reports.
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                • #9
                  Re: Network Log Batch File

                  I'll give you a clear answer to your question of "This is my first time to work with batch files and I am curious to know if it is possible to create a batch file the will log users disconnecting from a mapped drive on the server. I don't have admin rights, so I need to do this from the user end. Any Ideas?:

                  No, It can't be done. Sorry. Have a nice day.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Network Log Batch File

                    Thanks joeqwerty,
                    You finally gave me a yes or no answer, I appreciate it!

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                    • #11
                      Re: Network Log Batch File

                      Glad to help.

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