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Nk SP, I believe that LOGbinder for SharePoint will do this for you. It allows you manage the auditing in SP and if someone changes/disables your set audit policy, it will re-enable the audit policy to what you have set and then alert you that the policy was tampered with.
I figured out that there properties are disabled by design (really? lol). The values in the MachineIP column and in the MachineName column appear as NULL because of privacy concerns. By design, Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 works in this manner. I think is it possible to trace these information looking into IIS Logs. Auditing for a site collection in ...
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