As I mentioned before ,the changes done on a device Via Cisco works will only comes under Change Audit and an email notification is send on that basis.
Change Audit tracks and reports changes made in the network. Change Audit allows other RME applications to log change information to a central repository. Device Configuration, Inventory, and Software Management changes can be logged and viewed using Change Audit.
RME applications write change records to Change Audit. Change Audit stores these records in the log tables (summary and details) for later use with reports. For example, Software Management records a change for each completed device upgrade. If a job has ten devices, then Software Management writes ten entries to the Change Audit log, but the Change Audit report shows only one job with ten devices. You can then access individual device information.
Each application writes its own change records to Change Audit. For example, in Inventory you can set inventory change filters to filter out all kinds of information for different device types. Change Audit record maintenance is controlled by the Change Audit Delete Change History option.
You can convert change records into SNMP V1 traps and forward them to a destination of your choice. This allows system administrators to forward critical network change data to their own NMS.
You can define automated actions (e-mail and automated scripts) on creation of change audit record. The automated action gets triggered on creation of the change audit record.
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