Configuration archive collection needs to be scheduled.
In Lifecycle mode, go to Device Work Center, Configuration Archives, select the desired devices and then click the Schedule Archive button and make it a recurring job.
The configuration archives page has a feature to let you compare current vs. previous configurations and it highlights the differences. Seeing who made the change isn't shown there. That is captured in the device syslog but unfortunately the PI 2.0 syslog function isn't quite full-featured just yet.
I don't believe that's possible with switches, maybe with ASA's
I could of swore one of the webinars i watched on PI mentioned that we would be able to see config changes
I don't see it used very often, but you can escalate syslog messages in IOS using Embedded Syslog Manager (ESM). See the configuration guide example here.
I recall getting the same impression as you. The webinar series that Eric and Tomar did on PI 2.0 was done with pre-release PI 2.0 software. It could be that feature didn't make the cut for FCS release of 2.0. Another thing to watch for in 2.1.
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