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Time Modified randomly on NSS Volume

Hello every body

I have an strange issue with the date of last modification on my files stored on NSS. i find files modified in 2028 or 2098 (superior at 2012 in fact).
So i'd like if i can connect the last peson who has modified these files ?

Plateform : SLES 10 SP3 OES 2 SP2/SP3
Protocol use: AFP ( for Max OS 10.5, 10.6, 10.7)
Client Novell: 4.95 SP5 for XP, Novell Client 2 SP1 IR5
Antivirus : Symantec Endpoint Protection

So maybe i can isolate the problem if these files are modified by NCP Protocol or AFP but it's really difficult to stop service protocol.

So if you have any suggestion ?

Best regards

François Georgenthum
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In article <fgeorgen.55rk00@no-mx.forums.novell.com>, Fgeorgen wrote:
> So i'd like if i can connect the last peson who has modified these
> files ?
>

Can you get to the 'last modified by' attribute?
via properties of the file, either in Windows Explorer,
or better in Console One
Then you can go see what time their workstation is running at. Perhaps
one that got missed on the Y2K patch runs, so listen for rumours of a
rouge Win95 box that needs hunting down.


Andy Konecny
KonecnyConsulting.ca in Toronto
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