Audit Log Viewer

The Audit Log monitors and logs all changes to configuration and actions performed  by ERAC users. This helps the administrator keep track of all ERAC-related activity, including potential unauthorized access.

NOTE: The Audit Log Viewer displays changes logged to the database. The Audit Log doesn't include other logs (such as file log and others).

On the left side, you can see the Filter used to filter Audit Log entries. You can also select the number of Items to show from the drop-down menu in this module on the upper right side below the list of Audit log entries.


From/To – Select the specific time from/to during which you want the logs to be filtered. Selecting both options and selecting times creates a time interval.

User – Enter the user(s) for which you want the logs to be displayed.

Domain login name – Enter the domain login name of the user(s) for which you want the logs to be displayed.

IP address – Select the desired option (Address, Range or Mask) and enter the address(es) in the appropriate fields. These options are common for both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses.

Action types – Select the actions that you want shown in the audit logs. By default, all of them are selected and therefore displayed.

Apply filter – Clicking this button immediately applies the filter parameters to the Audit log.

Default – Clicking this button resets the filter parameters to their default state.

List of Audit log entries:

Date – Date when the action was performed. This date and time is based on the server machine time settings.

User – ERACuser that performed the action.

Login Name – Windows domain login name of the user that performed the action. This is only displayed when the Windows/Domain login type is used.

Console IP Address – IP Address of the console from which the action was performed by the ERAC user.

Action – Action that was performed by the user.

Object – Number of objects affected by this action.

NOTE: Additional information (if available) is shown after double-clicking on a particular line in the log.