You can use Activity Monitors to view activity, such as log entries, in real time.
You can use Activity Monitors to view RSA Authentication Manager activity, such as log entries, in real time. There are three Activity Monitors, each of which opens in a separate browser window and displays a different type of information.
Which user is authenticating
Source of the authentication request
Server used for authentication
Time of an activity
Description of activity
Whether the activity succeeded
Server where the activity took place
Changes such as when users are added or deleted.
Runtime Activity Monitor in the User Dashboard
Log entries for real-time authentication activity over the past seven days for one user
Time of activity, result of activity, and description of activity
You can customize the information displayed. For example, you can use the Administration Activity Monitor to view the activity of a specific administrator, User ID, authentication agent, or security domain. You can run a command-line utility that restricts the events shown to only the activities that are within the scoped security domain of the administrator. For instructions, see Filter Activity Monitor Events Based on Administrator Scope of Authorization.
You can open multiple Activity Monitor windows at the same time. For example, you can simultaneously monitor a specific administrator, an entire user group, and an entire security domain.
You can pause the Activity Monitor and review specific log messages. When you resume monitoring, all log messages generated while the Activity Monitor was paused are added at the top of the Activity Monitor display.
If the number of new messages exceeds the number of messages selected for display, only the most recent are displayed. For example, if you configured the monitor to display 100 messages, but there are 150 new messages, only the 100 most recent are displayed.
You can also view a user’s authentication activity through the User Dashboard page in the Security Console. For more information, see User Dashboard.