Windows Audit Files and Folders allow you to track every activity that occurs in those files and folders for a variety of reasons. There are many reasons to track the activity of files and folders in Windows. One of the most common reasons is the security issue to guarantee the integrity of the system. By enabling auditing of files and folders, you will know when users are accessing, reading, creating, modifying, or deleting files and folders. If you're an "Admin," you can choose to allow specific users to track changes to files and folders and manage their access. Tracking the creation and deletion of files and folders is mandatory to ensure data security and meet compliance mandate requirements. It also helps administrators to monitor files and folders in their system. In case of a security attack, if the hacker deletes a file or folder, it will be easier to track it during the investigation. One of the most effective methods to maintain the integrity of your system is security auditing. You should select the audit level for your environment as part of your overall security plan. The purpose of the audit is to find threats to your network, whether successful, as well as threats to resources that you have identified as important in your risk assessment. How to enable Audit Files and Folders in Windows 11 There are several steps you have to do to enable audit files and folders. The stages are: Enable Object Access Auditing in the Group Policy.Configure Auditing on a File or...