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What does a network audit entry represent?

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When you click on a network, you can see the Audit Entry tab. This tab allows you to see changes made to the network you're in.



When you click on a subnet or security group in a network, you will see an Audity Entries section. This section list the changes made to a subnet or security group, when the changes were made, and who made them.




A network audity entry, viewable when you click the Audit Entry tab once you have clicked on a network, allows you to see various audit entry tasks such as the date a the network was created, when the network was updated, and who made the changes.


Similarly, when you go to a subnet or security group audity entry, you will see information about when the subnet was created or updated, the date is was created or updated, as well as who created it or made changes.

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