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Re: tracking the attribute modification in eDirectory

On 6/5/2012 10:06 AM, dinanovell wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> Is there any way to track the modification of an attribute in
> eDirectory?
>
> I want to know, for example, attribute like TITLE, want to know the
> history of the values of this attribute.
> what was the initial value, current value, who modified it and when
> like that I want to know the history of the attributes.
>
> Also, need to know who created the user object, who modified on what
> attributes, values and date time of the modification.


Audit it via Sentinel or the like.

Reporting in IDM 4 (Advanced Edition) has the DCS driver which sends all
changes in the filter to the Reporting DB, so that it can know this
history. But eDir natively does not store the history. (Reporting will
not know WHO made the change. ONly when/what changed. Audit should
know who did it).

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Re: tracking the attribute modification in eDirectory

On Wed, 06 Jun 2012 13:16:02 +0000, dinanovell wrote:

> Hi Thanks for you reply.
>
> We are not using Sentinel or any audit in place. Can we verify the
> modifications of the attributes with the iMonitor help? If yes, how it
> can be?


You can somewhat imply it, but without auditing, you can't prove it.


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