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All operations performed via Adaxes service are logged in the Service Log. You can view the log using Adaxes Administration Console.

To find an initiator of an operation:

  • Launch Adaxes Administration Console.
  • In the Console Tree, expand the Adaxes service.
  • Select Logging .
  • All operations performed via the Adaxes service will be displayed. The user who performed an operation is displayed in the Initiator column. Use the Group by drop-down to arrange log records by a certain column.
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