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JohnCHill
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Is there a log you can access to see admin. changes made to a workspace?

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10-17-2012 08:12 AM

There have been some changes to a specific workspace that were made by multiple users and you need to understand what those changes are so you can troubleshoot an issue.  Is there a log you can access to see administrative changes that have been made to a workspace?



John Hill
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The Setup Log is a valuable tool for troubleshooting changes that have been made in workspace administration.  You need to be a member of the Admin group to access the Setup Log.  Go to the Administration Menu, click on Setup, click on the General tab and then on “Setup Log”.  You can see the date and time a change was made, who the change was made by, the section or workspace the change was made in, the action taken as well as a description of that action.

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JohnCHill
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Re: Is there a log you can access to see admin. changes made to a workspace?

10-17-2012 08:14 AM in reply to: JohnCHill

The Setup Log is a valuable tool for troubleshooting changes that have been made in workspace administration.  You need to be a member of the Admin group to access the Setup Log.  Go to the Administration Menu, click on Setup, click on the General tab and then on “Setup Log”.  You can see the date and time a change was made, who the change was made by, the section or workspace the change was made in, the action taken as well as a description of that action.



John Hill
Support Specialist
Product Support
Autodesk, Inc.
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