Question 4 Replies 1336 Views × Close popover ChennaReddy Marreddy (ChennaReddyM) Accenture Accenture IN View Profile Send Message ChennaReddyM Member since 2013 20 posts Accenture Posted: November 3, 2015 Last activity: November 3, 2015 Posted: 3 Nov 2015 6:11 EST Last activity: 3 Nov 2015 7:55 EST Closed Solved How to customize storage of login user details By default, Pega application stores the information about the user login in to PR_OPERATOR table. But it is over writing the previous login entry. Ex: today i logged in into application 4 times. But i can see only last sign on value is latest and last sing in time. i want to see all the 4 times login details in the table or logs. Any suggestions ? Security × Close popover Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post, learn more × Close popover This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 5 years ago Posted: 3 Nov 2015 6:30 EST × Close popover Gowrishankar Ramasamy (GOWRISHANKAR) PEGA Sr. Service Assurance Advisor Specialist Pegasystems Inc. IN View Profile Send Message GOWRISHANKAR PEGA replied to ChennaReddyM Hi Chenna, I believe this PDN link would help you https://pdn.pega.com/security/how-to-configure-login-security-and-password-policies-0 Please share your thoughts. Thanks, Gowrishankar. Posted: 5 years ago Posted: 3 Nov 2015 7:28 EST × Close popover ChennaReddy Marreddy (ChennaReddyM) Accenture Accenture IN View Profile Send Message ChennaReddyM Accenture replied to GOWRISHANKAR No Shankar. The link is for understanding about authentication policies. But what i'm looking for is different. if i logged in into application 3 times today. As of now pega saving the operator the records are saving in PR_OPERATOR table as shown below | I wanted to get the details like below. operator lastsignon | operator lastsignon chenna 03-11-2105 3.00PM IST | chenna 03-11-2105 3.00PM IST chenna 03-11-2015 2.00PM IST chenna 03-11-2015 1.00PM IST Posted: 5 years ago Posted: 3 Nov 2015 7:54 EST × Close popover Gangavaram (GovardhanGangavaram) View Profile Send Message GovardhanGangavaram replied to ChennaReddyM Under the same article that Gowri pointed to, did you try updating "Audit Log Level" to 'Advanced' ? Accepted Solution Posted: 5 years ago Posted: 3 Nov 2015 7:55 EST × Close popover Gowrishankar Ramasamy (GOWRISHANKAR) PEGA Sr. Service Assurance Advisor Specialist Pegasystems Inc. IN View Profile Send Message GOWRISHANKAR PEGA replied to ChennaReddyM Hi Chenna, May be the below information would help from that PDN link. Audit log level The audit log records login attempts. You can choose the following options: None – No log entry is added Basic – Record failed login attempts only Advanced – Record failed and successful login attempts For each logged event, the log captures the following information: Create Date/Time – The time of the attempt Remote IP Address – The IP address of the system from which the attempt was made Remote Host – The name of the computer involved User Name – The operator ID used in the login attempt Message – The status message returned during authentication of the login Browser (User-Agent) – HTTP Request Header "User-Agent" Referrer – HTTP Request Header "User-Agent" Via – Records proxies through which the request was sent Here you can check for the Advanced Audit log level. Find out the implementation and do your customization. Would that be of any help?. Thanks, Gowrishankar.