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Re: Use the Prognosis AuditLog to see when changes made.

Sometimes changes are made to a particular conkfiguration or a database, configuration or other Prognosis has been stopped and no one knows who made them. Use the audit log in Prognosis to see when changes occur and other information provided by audit log. 

 

To get to and use the Audit Log:

 

 Start from Prognosis Status page.  Expand the server in the middle pan and click on Audit Log  or click on the server name in middle pane and click on Audit Log in the main window.

 

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Once you go to audit log, you can see the log activity for the current day.

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The current days's audit information is in the web display.  To go back a day a day or earlier, you can view the actual text files in the \Prognosis\Server\Configuration\audit foler.  Files are date stamped.Capture3.JPG

 

Drill down further to see windows client logins, (IRGUI) or web connections (PQL Server) to get names, and workstation names.

 

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Re: Use the Prognosis AuditLog to see when changes made.

Sometimes changes are made to a particular conkfiguration or a database, configuration or other Prognosis has been stopped and no one knows who made them. Use the audit log in Prognosis to see when changes occur and other information provided by audit log. 

 

To get to and use the Audit Log:

 

 Start from Prognosis Status page.  Expand the server in the middle pan and click on Audit Log  or click on the server name in middle pane and click on Audit Log in the main window.

 

Capture1.JPG

 

Once you go to audit log, you can see the log activity for the current day.

Capture2.JPG

 

The current days's audit information is in the web display.  To go back a day a day or earlier, you can view the actual text files in the \Prognosis\Server\Configuration\audit foler.  Files are date stamped.Capture3.JPG

 

Drill down further to see windows client logins, (IRGUI) or web connections (PQL Server) to get names, and workstation names.

 

Capture5.JPG

 

 

 

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