To audit users, your account configuration must include:
The reports are emailed as PDF, HTML, or CSV files.
The following example shows how to configure a user to audit another user. In this example, the user super (who has the admin role on the Control Center) will be configured to audit another user, jsmith.
Every user account is automatically able to audit itself. To audit others, auditees must be added to the auditor's user profile.
From the Auditing menu, click Add under Auditees.
From the pop-up, select the user to be audited, in this case, jsmith and click Add Auditee(s). Click Save at the top or bottom of the page and the auditees are added to the auditee listing.
You must click Save after adding the auditee, even though the page appears to have refreshed. We're working on that.
The super account has an email address, and the user jsmith is now among super's auditees, so super will be able to subscribe to reports on jsmith.
The next step is to subscribe to the desired reports. Click Report Subscriptions from the left menu to go to the Report Subscriptions page.
On the Report Subscriptions page, expand the Principal Reports section at the bottom of the Report Subscriptions page.
Select the Principal (the user to be audited). If your account is configured to audit many users, you may wish to enter a filter string to shorten the list of usernames.
Select the auditor's email address if more than one is available, and choose the file type that will be emailed (PDF, HTML, or CSV). Then Subscribe to the desired report.
Use the radio buttons next to the reports to select which reports to receive and click on the Subscribe button. The new subscription is listed at the top of the Report Subscriptions page, and in the Report Subscriptions area of the Edit User page.