Windows 2000 Auditing Impact
How big a hit on a Windows 2000 server is auditing? If you turn on auditing on your entire C: E: & F: drives (which we have on the server in question)
I want to audit for both Succesful and Failures of certain things. Like file creation/deletion and folder creation/deletion
Is that a huge impact on a server? This is a PROD box so I can't really do any testing. I can either turn it on or not :-) So before turning it on I wanted to ping other techs to see what they had to say.
I want to do the whole drives since we have so many shared folders on this it would take hours to turn on audits on all of them....maybe even an entire day. Where doing the whole driver takes only a minute.
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