"James" <James@newsgroup> wrote in message
> We have a issue with an employee where we need to find if the invoice he
> supposed to create last year was only recenlty created and claim it was
> created in 2008. Does SBS keep record of when the file was created on the
> shared folder regardless of the client comptuer time? Unfortunately we
> have last years backup to compare.
> Is there any way to find if a file was created recently just by changing
> client comptuer date back to last year where the file is on SBS shared
> network folder. When you change the computer date to 11/11/2008 and create
> file then file creation date is 11/11/2008, and once you change the
> date back to recent time, the file creation date is still 11/11/2008.
If you right-click on the filename, you can see when it was created and when
it was modified. But if the user is smart enough to figure out what you've
described, AND the user has the ability to change the time, e.g. the user is
a local admin, then yes, the user can do that.
Does the user have local admin rights on the machine? If so, curious why?
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