System Log

System Log

Most every change or entry made in the system is logged and sealed within the System Log. This is a 'checks and balances' type module that allows you to periodically review the log for any issues or help you to troubleshoot potential issues. If there is ever a question of what was done and by whom, it is logged here.

To access the System Log, simply click Logs > System Log.

From here, a list of all events logged in the system will be shown. You can easily search for a string or Keyword by inputting the text in the search box. System log entries cannot be deleted and are saved for eternity.

From there, all entries that contain the string will be displayed.

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