Audit Log

Audit Log


Use this feature to keep up with all activities of a profile owned by you. Each activity as creating a new Device, updating an Access Management policy, updating an Analysis, and more, will keep a log and will be shown in the Audit Log. 



Filtering activities

If you are account plan is Starter or Scale you can use a filter to watch specific events. You can search what a shared account has done, look for specific time intervals or resource types (Device, Analysis, Run, and others), search for resource IDs, and more.

TagoIO keeps a 6-month log for each profile, activities that happened older than that will not be displayed. Also, the time interval is limited to a maximum of 7 days.

Downloading a PDF

Click on the Download button to print out the listed activities displayed in the feed.

You can not look for a shared profile's log, only the profile owner can look at it.




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