We had a situation where some changes were made during the night time and we don’t know how it happened. Where can I view a ‘configuration log’ to see what changes were made and by whom?
If you activated the logging (kb.igel.com/endpointmgmt-6.01/en/logging-10324176.html) right click on the device and check if under logging => messages / events something may point you in a right direction
It gives a level of logging but is not exactly what I’m looking for. I am looking for configuration logging of what users logged in when and did what.
Did you checked the checkbox log administrator data? If yes, the username should be logged. Which kind of actions are you searching for?
On the topic of logging, are there guides anywhere on how to use the System > logging > Log Messaes? I can never get any data to populate in here and all my logging is enabled.
No, but that‘s a good topic to cover in kb. I will ask for it!
I checked the checkbox for administrator data and all seems to be working as it should now thanks.
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