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As a result of ongoing research and development, and in response to customer feedback, the following enhancements have been made in this release of Quest Change Auditor.
The following support has been added:
The Azure Active Directory audit reports and the Office 365 audit logs are continuously evolving. To ensure that Change Auditor is in synch with these updates, generic events have been introduced. Each Azure AD and Office 365 facility in Change Auditor has one generic event defined.
The generic event is generated each time an activity occurs that does not have a corresponding event defined in Change Auditor. For example, “Azure Active Directory - User event” is generated when activities such as “Reset password (self-service)” or “Unlock user account” are performed in Azure Active Directory. Activity information is populated in additional columns and the description for the event (What statement) is dynamically constructed based on the Azure AD/Office 365 activity and target object name.
When working with these events, you can add additional columns to the search layout to view information about the activity.
Represents the activity that was performed as part of the event.
Provides additional information about audited activity. For example, for ‘Self-serve password reset flow activity progress’ it shows what step the user is performing.
Auditing templates for Azure Active Directory can now be configured in the Windows client.