Hello PA, I'm looking to monitor the creation and deletion of local folders, while not concerned with any files in those folders. Example: I would like to know if anyone creates or deletes any folders under c:users. I can create and delete c:userstest and it does not notify of the creation or it being deleted and the console says "No changes detected in C:Users". IF I take the new monitor defaults, it has folder creation and deletion checked and all I need to do is add the path. I've tried multiple combinations of checking/unchecking the files section and ending training but I cannot get any notification of any folders being created or deleted. I am watching "C:Users + subdirs" And all it shows is "No changes detected in C:Users"

Any tips will be appreciated! Dave

asked 03 Oct, 17:34

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Hi Dave,

When you ran your test did the monitor run after the test directory was crated and then after the directory was deleted? The monitor works of a list of files and directories that it has accumulated from each scan.

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It turned out to be the training. Every change to the monitor properties restarts a training period. I needed to finish the initial training and then also end the training again when I made changes.

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