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We have a client that is using another product for tracking change history and Active Directory auditing. Does Adaxes provide such tracking for Active Directory objects, passwords, etc. ?

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Hello David,

Unfortunately, there is no such possibility. Only the operations performed via Adaxes are logged and can be viewed later on. If an operation is performed outside the software, there is no possibility to view it in Adaxes.

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