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Hi there

One of my coworkers renamed for mistake a Folder in the Shared Folder. Just out of curiosity I would like to know who was. I tried to check in the Log Center but I could not find it.

Is that even possible to have such Information? We are connected using SMB via Mac

Thanks a lot!
 
Log Center -> Logs / Current
Strange it shows nothing. I saw however that in File Station I had the Log deactivated so I cannot find out who was.

However I activated the log and did a test. When I delete a file no log is generated. is that normal?
 
Before posting the reply I: created a folder using File Station; then connected from Mac to NAS using SMB; renamed the folder. The log showed the rename event associated with my user and that folder.

But you have to have logging enabled in SMB settings (Control Panel), which I have but don't remember doing it.
 
But you have to have logging enabled in SMB settings (Control Panel), which I have but don't remember doing it.
Okay then this is what I miss. But I think if I don't have the Log activated I cannot see it anymore in Logs who renamed it, right?
 

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