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Audit log search - See who has accessed a record with bypass access controls

Wondering if there is any way to search the audit logs to see anyone who has accessed a record using bypass access controls?

e.g. XYZ user had bypass access controls permissions, and has viewed a record which had "view metadata" and "view document" access controls limited to a group of users that did not include XYZ.

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Sander Hoogwerf Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Audit log search - See who has accessed a record with bypass access controls

Would be nice to have this, but I don't think it's available anywhere at the moment.

Also I believe users with bypass permissions should be aware when using their privileges so that they can decide whether they really need to view/edit that document (or metadata) or not.
Something like an extra marker/icon shown in the list of records to show they have no regular access through the access control set on the record.


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