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Cisco asa logging for users logging in via telnet, ssh, console

I am trying to find a way to log users when they log in via ssh, telnet, or console to an ASA. currently I have config changes logged, but a user could still log into the ASA, enable it, and show the config without any logging taking place.

Any ideas on how to log this, whether it is a class or just reclasifying an event? I am currenlty sending logging to a syslog server at level 5.
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ryan80
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heperezCommented:
enable accounting ... see attached
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heperezCommented:
enable accounting ... see attached AAA Accounting
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ryan80Author Commented:
and this will do what exactly?
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heperezCommented:
This will record command history.
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ryan80Author Commented:
is there no way just to send it to a syslog server?

i have a radius server that i use for authentication, but it is not used for logging purposes.
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ryan80Author Commented:
doesnt solve exactly what I am looking for, but it is a solution.
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