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Event Log

The Event Log pane provides an audit log of actions made by users on Micro-FortiGuard Server for FortiClient. It allows you to view log messages that are stored in memory or on the internal hard disk drive. You can use filters to search the messages and download the messages to the management computer.

Go to System Settings > Event Log to view the local log list.

The following options are available:

Add Filter

Filter the event log list based on the log level, user, sub type, or message. See Event log filtering.

Last...

Select the amount of time to show from the available options, or select a custom time span or any time.

Pagination

Browse the pages of logs and adjust the number of logs that are shown per page.

The following information is shown:

#

The log number.

Date/Time

The date and time that the log file was generated.

Device ID

The ID of the related device.

Sub Type

User

The user that the log message relates to.

Message

Log message details. A Session ID is added to each log message. The username of the administrator is added to log messages wherever applicable for better traceability.

Event Log

The Event Log pane provides an audit log of actions made by users on Micro-FortiGuard Server for FortiClient. It allows you to view log messages that are stored in memory or on the internal hard disk drive. You can use filters to search the messages and download the messages to the management computer.

Go to System Settings > Event Log to view the local log list.

The following options are available:

Add Filter

Filter the event log list based on the log level, user, sub type, or message. See Event log filtering.

Last...

Select the amount of time to show from the available options, or select a custom time span or any time.

Pagination

Browse the pages of logs and adjust the number of logs that are shown per page.

The following information is shown:

#

The log number.

Date/Time

The date and time that the log file was generated.

Device ID

The ID of the related device.

Sub Type

User

The user that the log message relates to.

Message

Log message details. A Session ID is added to each log message. The username of the administrator is added to log messages wherever applicable for better traceability.