Set Up File Transfer Auditing
You can use audit logging to maintain a record of file transfer activity. Audit logging is configured using the FileXpress Secure Shell Proxy. It is not enabled by default. The audit file is a comma-delimited text file with the following data for each transfer:
To enable file transfer auditing
When audit logging is enabled, FileXpress Secure Shell Proxy creates a new log each day in the specified Audit log directory. Audit logs use this name format: RSSHD-Audit-YYYYMMDD.log, where YYYYMMDD indicates the date.
To view the audit log quickly from the FileXpress Secure Shell Proxy console, use the audit log file toolbar button: