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Directory Monitor

Directory Monitor 2.13.4.0

Directory Monitor can be used for the surveillance of certain directories and/or network shares and will notify you of file changes/access, deletions, modifications, and new files in real-time. Learn what's new on this latest version. Click here if the download does not begin automatically.

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Users and processes making the changes can also be detected and with the help of plugins, Directory Monitor also provides text logs, automation via script/application execution, emailing, writing to a database, sound notifications and more.

Features:
  • Real-time monitoring of file changes, modifications, deletions, new files and file access.
  • Monitor local directories or network shares (including hidden/private shares).
  • Balloon notifications whenever an event is detected.
  • Options to detect all files in subdirectories and changes to file attributes.
  • Optionally execute an application/script when an event occurs.
  • Log all changes to a text file of your choice.
  • Include and exclude filters per directory.
  • Auto updating, import/export.
  • Run in the background as a Windows service (PRO).
  • Detect the user and application/process that made the changes (PRO).
  • Command-line version to run from the console (PRO).
  • Snapshots to determine changes even when a share is down or the machine was off (PRO).
  • Run external applications/scripts without hidden and in the background (PRO).
  • Extend functionality with your own custom plugins using the SDK provided (PRO).


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