Yeah, the fact that the entry appeared in the change audit report was because a config retrieval was scheduled... what is making me wonder is the fact that the report indicates that a configuration change was made from the server via snmp at midnight, but we didnt scheduled any config from the cwks, which apparently leaves us with two options:
- Our password was compromised and the config was made from within cwks (not likely)
- The config change was made by other medium and the audit change reported it incorrectly (because the report says the config was made FROM the server).
Am I wrong with this or are there any other options?
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