See how the Admin Actions Log extension works.
Enable the detailed tracking of all backend actions performed by store administrators. Check log history and login attempts on the special grid and improve your backend users' performance with the help of the real-time tracking mode.
To configure general extension settings, please go to Stores → Configuration → Amasty Extensions → Admin Actions Log.
Expand the General section.
Enable Page Visit History — set this option to Yes if you want to collect the history of all pages, visited by the administrators;
Use GeoIP — enable or disable GeoIP support to determine the country and city from which admin users get logged in;
Restore Settings Warning Text — fill in the warning message for the Restore feature;
Log Actions For All Admin Users — set this option to Yes to keep track of all admin actions. If you are only interested in the actions of certain administrators, choose No.
To install the Admin Actions Log database, go to Stores → Configuration → Amasty Extensions → GeoIP Data.
You can get the databases automatically or import your own data.
Hit the Download and Import button to make the extension download the updated CSV dump file and import it into your database automatically.
To import the files from your own source, use the Import option. Path to the files should look like this (the part 'var/amasty' should be replaced with your folders’ names):
var/amasty/geoip/GeoLite2-City-Blocks-IPv4.csv var/amasty/geoip/GeoLite2-City-Blocks-IPv6.csv var/amasty/geoip/GeoLite2-City-Locations-en.csv
You can enable IP forcing, which makes it possible to set a specific IP address that will be used instead of the visitor's real IP address when determining geolocation. The feature is useful while configuring or testing the extension.
Enable Force IP - set to Yes to replace the real IP address.
Force IP Address - specify the address to use instead of a real one.
Return to the Admin Actions Log → General tab and expand the Log Auto-Cleaning. Here you can configure automatic log cleaning to avoid database overload.
Actions Log Auto-Cleaning, Days — enable the cleaning of the Actions log and specify the number of days after which all action logs would be automatically deleted;
Login Attempts Auto-Cleaning, Days — specify the number of days after which all login attempts would be automatically deleted;
Visit History Log Auto-Cleaning, Days — specify the number of days after which all page history would be automatically deleted. Set 0 for an unlimited number of days.
With the extension, you can get notifications about Successful, Unsuccessful, and Suspicious admin panel login attempts. To enable any type of notifications, configure the following options:
Email Successful / Unsuccessful / Suspicious Logins To Admin — enable or disable a certain notification type;
Email Sender - select an email address from which the notifications will be sent;
Select Email Template — choose the email template to use for notifications;
Send to Email — specify the email address to send notifications to;
Suspicious if Logged In - define which login actions should be considered as suspicious:
To see the Action Log of all administrators, please go to System → Actions Log. The actions are logged only for the users you specified on the General Settings page.
In the Action Log table you can find the following details:
Use the Actions dropdown to restore changes in bulk.
Click Preview Changes in the Actions column to see the brief info about the action which has been performed by the user.
Click View Details in the Actions column to see the details of an action. You can use the Restore Changes button to cancel all changes of this action.
Then, a pop-up window should appear to confirm aborting the changes.
To view administrator sessions that are active right now, please go to System → Admin Actions Log → Active Sessions.
In the table you can find the following information:
Hit the Terminate Session link in the Actions column to terminate any session if necessary.
To access the Login Attempts grid, please go to System → Admin Actions Log → Login Attempts.
On the grid you can find the following details:
Generally, each store administrator can have one of three available statuses:
Success — this status appears when a user is successfully logged in to the admin panel;
Logout — this status appears when a user is successfully logged out from the admin panel;
Failed — this status is shown when the person tries to log in with the wrong username or password.
To see the history of pages visited by all administrators please go to System → Admin Actions Log → Page Visit History.
On the grid you can find the following details:
Click the Show History button to see the details of a particular visit.
The new History of Changes tab is available for a product, customer and order info pages.
You can preview each particular page modification or view its details via the Select button. On top of that, you can restore recent changes using the Restore Changes button in the detailed view.
Magento 2 Admin Actions Log extension is preintegrated with Cron Tasks List to provide store owners with an opportunity to track and manage all cron tasks running in the website background.
To view all scheduled and executed cron tasks, go to System → Cron Tasks List
Run all cron tasks and generate their schedule by clicking the ‘Run Cron’ button. Also, you can delete separate tasks in bulk, apply filtering and sorting options when it is needed.