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Relay – Audit Log

The Audit Log catalogues all setting and interface changes made in Relay by administrators. You can use the Audit Log to see which settings have been changed, by which users, and at what time.

You can access the Audit Log by navigating to Audit Log from Relay’s navigation menu.

The Audit log shows you Relay changes for a specific time period. You can set the time period by clicking the date box on the top-right corner and selecting the date range (today, last 7 days, last 30 days, or a custom date range.) Click Apply to save your selection.


Note: Relay stores logging data for 90 days.

Once you have selected your date range, you can see exactly what changes were made, by which users, and at which time.


1. The User column identifies the username of the administrator making changes.

2. The Action column identifies the action taken (change made) by the administrator. Changes are specifically described. To illustrate how changes are catalogued, let us look at the above example. The first change,  enabled google setting ForceSafeSearch means that the administrator enabled the Force SafeSearch setting within Internet Access > Rules > Google. The third change, added to blocked list host means that the administrator added the website to Internet Access > Custom Block List. You will be able to easily tell what each Action means as you become more familiar with the Relay interface.

You can sort Audit Log data in ascending or descending order by either User, Action, or Time by clicking on the column header.


You can search for individual Users or Actions by clicking the dropdown menu to the right of Audit Log and searching for the desired result. We searched for Action > Allowed in our example. Click on the gray “x” within the search box to clear a search.