To use the Transaction Log of Audit, select the Transaction Log tab.

A Transaction log report allows users and administrators to analyze file system activity.
The Thru server tracks all file system transactions, each transaction consisting of an operation and a list of the file and/or folder items containing operation-specific data.

The following is a list of form controls. Filters marked with † accept wildcards (either * or %).

General Filters

  • Operation: Select one or more operations. The All option overrides individual selections.
  • Application: Filter a specific client application.
  • Operation ID: Report result includes operation IDs.
    You can filter by an ID to access an operation directly.
  • Item ID: Report result includes item IDs in basic and full-detail layouts.
    You can filter by an Item ID to get the operation that includes the item.
  • Operation Date/Time (UTC): Operation creation date range. To clear a date, open date popup and click Reset.
    Default end date is set to next day to cover geographical areas where UTC time is a few hours ahead of local time.
  • Rows per Page: Maximum number of operation shown in one page.
  • Sort: Report result is sorted by Operation ID.
    Use this filter to specify ascending or descending order. For further sorting, export the results to Excel.

User Filters

  • Thru Active User: Select one of active users (for managers and administrators only).
  • Thru User Email†: Enter email or part of email. This filter can be used to query deleted users.
  • External User Email†: External user is either secure message recipient, including CC and BCC, or Thru Dropbox sender. Specify email or part of email.
  • Client IP Address†: Client IP Address is captured for all operations. Multiple users might have the same IP if their requests go through corporate proxy.

Folder Filters

  • Select Path: Select a folder from active folder list. To get operations on immediate children only uncheck Include Subfolders checkbox. Note that the folder is filtered by a path string. Therefore, if the path has been renamed, results will not include entries logged with previous paths.
  • Enter path†: Specify a folder or part of the path with wildcards. This filter can be used to query deleted folders.
  • File Name†: Enter exact file name or part of the name with wildcards.

Message Delivery Filters

  • Thru Tracking No.: Tracking No. is captured for message delivery and external download operations.
  • Message Subject†: Enter full or part of subject. Message subject is captured in Secure Message and External Download operations.
  • Message State: Choose between active only, expired only or all.
  • Message Body†: Enter search expression with wild card.
  • Private Message†: Enter search expression with wild card.


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