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We used to see what files customers were uploading and downloading in earlier releases. When I look in the loging section of the GUI under the file transfer tab is show Sft_server_read_file, Sft_server_write_file, Sft_open_file and many other others are being logged but I do not the them in my Windows application logs. Am I looking in the wrong place? Thank you,

asked Aug 22 '15 at 02:31

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It should be Sft_server_open_file instead of Sft_open_file and it is there.

There should not and will never be Sft_server_read_file, Sft_server_write_file audit messages as there may be thousands of those messages depending on how big a file in transfer is. We may also have other audit messages like this. They should be removed in Tectia Server Admin GUI however.

So if you upload/download a file, the sequence of audit logs should be file open, upload begin and upload end, and close. When you read/write a file, the sequence of audit logs should be open, read/write begin and read/write close, and close.

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answered Aug 24 '15 at 16:07

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