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Intruder Log?

Looking for the best method for identifying failed login attempts that produce Intruder Lockout status. ConsoleOne? iManager? Log that can be viewed? Looking for historical accumulation of dates/times/IP addresses.
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Youngj,
> Looking for the best method for identifying failed login attempts that
> produce Intruder Lockout status. ConsoleOne? iManager? Log that can be
> viewed? Looking for historical accumulation of dates/times/IP
> addresses.


Console log is the only one, unless you have implemented auditing.

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Thank you. Console as in Restrictions tab, Intruder Lockout screen? Overwritten upon successful login, correct?

Also, please help with where we would have implemented Auditing if we had.
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No, console.log which is generated by conlog.nlm .

nSure Auditing is a separate product, IIRC a starter version of it was bundled free with NW 6.5 . You'd know if you'd implemented it, I'm fairly sure.
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