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  1. Paul A.
    Paul A. at |

    Hey Chris,

    I’ve looked around a bit but haven’t found a clean solution… Any suggestions on getting auditing on vms to see who changed what and when? I hate seeing users change memory or cpu or whatever else and not know what they did.

    Great post!

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  2. Tom
    Tom at |

    I wonder if Sexilog appliance (sexilog.fr is the website) would help you out at all. It’s quite nice for VMWare logs.

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