Logging feature monitors changes to the Windows shell, writes these changes to the log file, and optionally sends e-mail reports or notifications to remote administrator.
Click on the check box to enable or disable logging for the specified event. If the check box is checked, then the event will be logged.
Note: logging feature doesn't monitor console applications.
File created - a new file was created, or website opened in Internet Explorer.
File changed - an existing file was changed.
File renamed - an existing file was renamed.
File deleted - an existing file was deleted.
Note: files that are sent to the Recycle Bin are excluded from logging on some operating systems.
Folder created - a new folder was created.
Folder renamed - an existing folder was renamed.
Folder deleted - an existing folder was deleted.
Folder updated - an existing folder content was updated.
Folder shared - an existing folder was shared.
Folder unshared - an existing folder was unshared.
Media inserted - a new media was inserted into the drive.
Media removed - a existing media was removed from the drive.
WinLock started - WinLock was started (this event also logs the name of the current user).
Status changed - WinLock was enabled, disabled, shutdowned, or the active session has been closed.
Computer locked - the computer was locked by WinLock.
Website blocked - the restricted website was blocked.
Executable blocked - the disabled executable was blocked.
Application blocked - the disabled window was closed.
User logged - an user has been logged on using fast user switching, or the active session has been closed.
Application launched - an application has been launched.
Click Select All or Select None to enable or disable logging of all events. Click View Log to view events.
E-mail Report - click to configure e-mail notifications.
Select Log limit to set the limit on events to be logged. For example, if user deletes 500 files and limit is 10 events, only first 10 files will be logged. This is useful, when you don't need to know every file that was deleted, only that one or more files was in fact deleted.
Specified the maximum size in kilobytes to which log file can grow.
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