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Use audit log to track all changes made in the Admin Console—settings, admins, users, and products.

To view or download your organization's audit log, navigate to Admin Console > Insights > Logs Audit Log.


Audit log helps ensuring continued compliance, safeguarding against any inappropriate system access, and auditing suspicious behavior within your organization.

As a system administrator, you have full visibility on the changes made in the Admin Console. You can search the audit log based on the type of actions, when they occurred, and who made them. Then, view and download these reports for further analysis.

Audit log makes it easy for you to understand events like:

  • Why a user lost access to a product
  • When a new user was added and by whom
  • When a former user was removed

The audit log records changes made at the organizational level. It does not provide information around product-specific event, for example, when a certain Report Suite was created in Analytics, or when an HTML template was deleted in Adobe Sign.

View and download the audit log

To view or download your organization's audit log, do the following:

  1. As a system administrator, sign in to the Admin Console and navigate to Insights > Logs.

  2. Click Audit Log.

    By default, the log displays the following information about the events occurred in the last seven days:




    The date and time of the event in the local time zone.

    Event Name

    Description of the event performed.

    Event Details

    Additional details on an event, if available.

    Object Name

    The name of the product, product profile, or user group that is involved in the event, as applicable.

    Affected User

    The email of the user affected by the event, if applicable.


    Email address of the admin who performed the event. "System" is displayed if the event was performed by an Adobe back-end system.

    IP Address

    IP address of the machine where the action was taken. Usually reflects the physical location, but could be a proxy server or VPN address.

  3. Define a date range or use the search field to search the events by event name, affected user, or the admin who performed the event.

    • Audit Log retains the last 90 day's events. However, events performed before the launch of this feature are unavailable.
    • Most of the events appear instantly, with a small chance that some are delayed or omitted.
    • Cascading events are not included in the log. For example, if you delete a user group with three users in it, the log only includes the user group deletion, the three additional events about the users' removals from the group are not included.
    Audit Log

  4. The results are displayed. To download the results, click Export CSV.

    The results are downloaded in a csv file. For a description of the fields in the downloaded file, see Log Schema.

The report you download, contains the following information for each event:


Field Description
Id Event ID
eventTime The date and time of the event in the local time zone.
eventType Name of the event.
If available, additional details on an event.
actorEmail Email address of the admin who performed the event. "System" is displayed if the event was performed by an Adobe back-end system.
targetUserEmail Email address  of the affected user, if applicable.
targetGroupName Affected user group name, if applicable.
targetProductName Affected product name, if applicable.
targetProfileName Affected product profile name, if applicable.
IpAddress IP address of the machine where the action was taken. Usually reflects the physical location, but could be a proxy server or VPN address.

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