When the auditing capability is enabled, Rights Management
enables you to monitor certain types of events. The events that
you can see depend on your role:
- Can view audited events for their policy-protected documents
and for any protected documents that they receive and use.
- Policy set coordinators:
- Can view audited events, including document and policy events,
for documents that are protected by policies from their policy sets.
- Can view audited events that are related to all policy-protected documents
and users. Administrators can also track other types of events, including
user, document, policy, and system events.
that are performed on a copy of a policy-protected document are
also tracked as events on the original protected document.
(See Event auditing options.)
A failed event is recorded if an
unauthorized user attempts to view a document or attempts to log
in using an incorrect user name or password.
anonymous access events for documents may be logged if a policy
is edited to remove anonymous access. When an authorized recipient
attempts to access a document that the edited policy protects, anonymous
access is still attempted but will fail.
If a policy allows
anonymous user access but the administrator later turns off anonymous
access for Rights Management, anonymous access will fail for documents
protected with the policy and the event will not be logged.