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The system audit log includes changes in Security groups, to be able to track changes in user rights. It is needed for customer applying SAX or other security standards.
The problem is that this report is not understandable, not for me and definitely not for an external IT-auditor, who will be the most relevant person to read the log. It shows the system codes for the changes, in different order depending on the type change. And the meaning of the codes seem to be secret, as Support/development refuse to say what they mean due to this. So in fact, the report is quite useless, the question is if it can be called an audit log at all.
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