Video In the Classroom: How to Perform an Audit of Universal Automation Center

A brief classroom lesson on how to perform an audit with the UAC, including step by step instructions.

 

In this video, we explain how to perform an audit inside the Universal Automation Center. Audits are detailed records of all user interactions with the controller, including before and after-information of a change, as well as the difference between the two records. It is important to note before performing an audit that records are generally perged every seven days, according to the default settings, but can be kept longer or for less time, if the user wishes. The available records can be displayed in any number of ways by toggling various columns and settings, to custom fit the data to your needs. The data obtained through audits can also be retained by adding them to a dashboard of your choice. 

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