Tips and Tricks

The policy value was specified using uppercase in this example, however upper and lower cases can be mixed to specify the policy value (such as "LoGiNs"). The values for this command will still be read correctly independently of the used cases (case insensitive), but if an unsupported value is specified an error will be issued.

In the above example the --show-options option was additionally used, but it is not required. This option simply displays the audit log settings (variables). However, when this option is combined with a command that changes one of the audit log variables it display the audit log settings before and after the execution of the command which can be very handy to confirm that the desired change was performed as expected.

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