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Windows command to see the operations performed on machine

Shyam kumar
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Joined: May 21, 2006
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Hi,
I'm using windows 2000 professional and I want to know the command to see all the operations that were performed on my machine in the last 3 days. Can anyone tell me what is the command for it?

Thanks,
Shyam
Balasubramanian Chandrasekaran
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Joined: Nov 28, 2007
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Originally posted by Shyam kumar:
Hi,
I'm using windows 2000 professional and I want to know the command to see all the operations that were performed on my machine in the last 3 days. Can anyone tell me what is the command for it?

Thanks,
Shyam


Its very strange.

I think there is no way you can get that one in Windows(also from any OS)
because,for all the activities you are performing with your system OS has to invoke lots and lots of functions to achieve even a single simple task.
 
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