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Hello

all of our policies for "Endpoint Security Threat Prevention:Exploit Prevention" were changed by "admin" is there a way i can check what was changed?

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As a side note, if all policies show changed in audit log, it may be that an extension was upgraded, which would touch all the policies.  That would change any point product schemas for the policies, but not change any settings that have been defined.  That would still show as a policy modification in audit log, however.  If only one or 2 policies show modified, I would suspect a user manually changing something, but if all policies, then most likely some extension upgrade or even epo upgrade occurred.

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What version of epo?  ePO 5.9.1 and 5.10 has a policy history feature that can even let you revert to previous version of the policy.  ePO 5.10 added an additional feature for requiring approvals before any policy changes are accepted.  If it was changed by 'admin' and multiple people use that login username, I would suggest setting up separate logins for users for accountability. 

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As a side note, if all policies show changed in audit log, it may be that an extension was upgraded, which would touch all the policies.  That would change any point product schemas for the policies, but not change any settings that have been defined.  That would still show as a policy modification in audit log, however.  If only one or 2 policies show modified, I would suspect a user manually changing something, but if all policies, then most likely some extension upgrade or even epo upgrade occurred.

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Thanks, Its EPO 5.9.0 so im guessing it doesnt have this feature?

It did all the polices for that category, so four in total

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Sorry, I didn't mean to call out 5.9.1 specifically.  5.9.0 introduced policy history.

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