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When I mount a remote drive with net use, there's no log on the DC? I only see a credential validation, and no idea where the request is from. (I mean, which remote share the user mounted)

Am I wrong?

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Sounds about right for the default logging level in Windows OSes. To get more info, you need to increase your logging level, and audit logs are a mixed blessing, at best.

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How should I increase the log level? – warl0ck Nov 26 '12 at 14:25

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