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Re: Tracking moved files?
Nov 08 2006 04:01PM
bsmathers reypd com
This is all done within the registry and not a log file unless some third party synchronization software was used. There are unique descriptors created for each device that lists information like what kind of device it is, number of endpoints, etc.
You can read more about descriptors here:
To get more information on the device itself, check out these keys:
To get more information on files check out the Most Recently Used (MRU) keys:
I would check these areas and see if any files match up to the location/device of the USB flash drive in question. Hopefully the ?clear list? feature isn?t selected for the recent opened documents. If so, it could clear the locations above.
Another area I would check is the information within the virtual memory, as well as the memory management key within the registry since it holds the virtual memory configuration:
HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management
USB Vendor ID List:
USB Specification ? download the latest version. Check out section 9.5, 9.6, and 9.7 http://www.usb.org/developers/docs
As for the post about the DLT Service?. I believe that just monitors NTFS volumes and since most flash drives like USB drives are FAT32, I am not sure if the DLT client service will be much help. Still, maybe worth a look though.
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