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Symantec endpoint protection(Audit Report)

Created: 28 Feb 2011 | 2 comments's picture
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In the symantec end point protection console their is no feature of getting the Full Audit report.It just showing the policy name on which the changes as occured which makes very difficult to verify the changes at the time of Audit.Audit should include the group name along with the policy name on which the changes has occured & more such feature which makes Audit part simpler.

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Sean_Moore's picture

Is there any other update from Symantec on identifying what exactly an administrator changed within a policy?  Or if using a SQL Server DB a query that can be run to exact data from tables??

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chrisf_04's picture

I agree with that a Full audit report for All Policies would be a dream come true for us SEP admins that are subjected to audits. One that shows every configured and disabled setting. Another suggestion I have is to have a few more reports grouped by category listed under "Select a report". An example of one such report would be to have one  called "Virus and Spyware Protection". This would list every enabled/configured setting for each policy listed under this category. The report could break it down further by sorting by group name, creator name or date/time.  


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