First of all, I hope I'm posting this in the right forum... It seemed like the most fitting. A little background... you can skip right to the question if you get bored. I have a Western Digital WD TV Live media streamer hooked up to my TV which gets its content from 2 1TB WD My Book hard drives. I have movies on these drives, some of which are rated PG-13 and R. The problem with that is my kids. Needless to say, I don't want them watching any of them while I'm not around. At first I thought of password-protecting certain folders/files I don't want them touching, but after searching far and wide I couldn't find a password-protecting feature for my WDLXTV'd (modded) streamer. So I though, if I can't restrict access, I can at least LOG it so that I can confront them about it. My question... Is it possible to log all of the files accessed on my hard drives. All I really need is a small text file in the root that'll tell me which files were opened by something/someone. I'm not sure if this is possible using my current setup, but if it is, how so? Also, just a side-note, I'm not looking for any advice on how to raise my children, so please save anything that isn't tech-related to yourself. Cheers!