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ISA 2004 auditing

Hi,

Last night one of my admins were playing around with ISA 2004, and they screwed up somewhere, which I cannot debug, and because of the emergency I restored everything from the backup i created just before leaving the office (thank God I did that).

Now I want to know is that is there a way I can know about, or in future am able to see what have my admins been playing around with.

Thanks,
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glottis
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Keith AlabasterCommented:
Not in respect to ISA changes, no. You can tell from the services (shows in windows event log) if a change was made that required the firewall service to stop and restart itself but thats about all. however, not all changes require a restart of the services.

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glottisAuthor Commented:
ah crap ... back to the old drawing board then ... maybe it is right time to install a key logger :D

thanks,
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Keith AlabasterCommented:
Thanks.

Rgds
Keith
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