Workstation events
Hideez Enterprise Server – Workstation Events
Go to the corresponding section “Audit - Events” to view Workstations Events
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Types of events in the system that are logged:
    Service Started / Stopped
    Device Connect / Disconnect
    Device Deleted
    RFID Reader Plugged / Unplugged
    HES Connected / Disconnected
    Dongle Plugged / Unplugged
    Credentials Updated
    Computer Logon - computer is logged in The Note column displays: RFID - RFID usage Dongle - dongle tap Proximity - according to Bluetooth signal strength NonHideez is another way of locking. Usually, it is a password entered manually.
    Computer Unlock - computer is unlocked The Note column displays: RFID - RFID usage Dongle - dongle tap Proximity - according to Bluetooth signal strength NonHideez is another way of unlocking. Usually, it is a password entered manually.
    Computer Logoff (Note: Proximity, Button, Non-Hideez) - computer is logged out (note: using proximity / pressing a button / without Hideez)
    Computer Lock - computer is locked NonHideez - another way of locking. This is usually a combination of Win + L or shutting down the computer. DeviceBelowThreshold - the Bluetooth signal strength fell below the lock level and lasted for more than N seconds (30% и 5 sec by default) DeviceConnectionLost - the Bluetooth connection with the key broke off. There is no difference between the disconnection initiated by the Bluetooth protocol or by a button in the client. It appears more often than DeviceBelowThreshold due to the current default settings. ProximityTimeout - the connection is stable, but the key did not send data about its RSSI for N seconds (N = double time until disconnected by proximity). It will only appear if there are any errors in the firmware or in the client.
    Low Battery (Note: actual battery value)
    Remote Connect/Disconnect
    Software Update (Note: the version of the new application)
    Credentials Used (Note: name of the application where the credentials were used)
Log table fields:
    Date - Date and time of the event
    Event - type of event
    Status - status (ok, error, warning, information)
    Note - note to capture additional information about the event
    Computer - computer name
    User Session - the name of the user account if the computer was unlocked during the event, NA if the computer is locked
    Device SN - device serial number
    Employee - the name of the employee specified on the HES server
    Company & Department - company and employee department
    Account Name - the name of the account used
    Account Type - account type (personal or general)
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