Application settings

Article Number:02092

This topic describes the logs generated when you change the following settings in "System Administration" in Kintone Users & System Administration.

  • Login Security
  • Audit Logs
  • System mail account
  • Misc Settings

The tables on this page are categorized by log level/module.
Viewing Audit Logs

Notice

This section describes the audit logs whose level is "Notice".
In either of the logs, the "Result" shows "SUCCESS".

System Administration

Audit logs whose module is "System Administration" are shown below.

Action Actions Taken Contents of "Complement"
configure audit log setting The audit log setting was changed Audit Log Retention Periods
configure external service security settings "Misc Settings" was changed The statuses of the following items are logged.
  • Embedding into External Sites
  • Referrer-Policy
  • Webhook
The status is one of the following:
  • If you enabled the setting: enable
  • If you disabled the setting: disable
configure security setting "Login Security" was changed The changed setting is logged.
Refer to Properties for "configure security settings".
download audit log archive The audit log was downloaded Name of the downloaded file

Information

This section describes the audit logs whose level is "Information".
In either of the logs, the "Result" shows "SUCCESS".

System Administration

Audit logs whose module is "System Administration" are shown below.

Action Actions Taken Contents of "Complement"
configure system mail account The system e-mail address or the setting of the mail server was changed The changed value of the setting is logged.

Properties for "configure security settings"

If you change the setting in "Login Security", the audit log details will look like as follows:

Screenshot: Exported audit log is displayed

The "Complement" field will show the following properties.

browserCache

The value configured for "Save Login Name & Password".
It shows "true" (if enabled) or "false" (if disabled).

autologin

The value configured for "Automatic Login".
If enabled, it shows the valid duration. The value is expressed in seconds. It shows "false" if disabled.

force change password

Setting for Force users to change their passwords on their next login
It shows "true" (if enabled) or "false" (if disabled).

password policy

When users are allowed to change their passwords

It shows the password policy setting.

  • min. length: Minimum number of characters for the user password
  • min. length[admin]: Minimum number of characters for the administrator password
  • history size: Password reuse limit
  • complexity: Password complexity
  • joe password: Allow users to use login name as password
  • expire time: Password expiration
  • mutable: Allow users to change their password

When users are not allowed to change their passwords

It shows "password is immutable".
It does not show "password policy".

lockout attempts

The value configured for "Number of Failed Attempts Before Account Lockout".
It shows "0" if "Never lockout" is selected.

lockout period

The value configured for "Account Lockout Duration (how long locked out accounts remain locked out)".
It shows "FOREVER" if "Never unlock" is selected.

session lifetime seconds

The lifetime of a login session. The value is expressed in seconds.

saml

When SAML authentication is enabled

It shows "enabled" as a value configured. The following setting items are also shown along with it.

  • require saml authentication:
    Require SAML authentication
  • saml login url:
    SSO endpoint URL for Identity Provider (IdP)
  • saml logout url:
    The URL redirected to after logging out from Kintone
  • set new saml certificate:
    It shows "true" if a public key certificate used for signature by IdP is registered.

When SAML authentication is disabled

It shows "disabled" as a value configured.

login failure message

It shows the message configured for "Additional Message on Login Failure". If the error message is not configured, the message part (example: ja=message) appears empty.

  • ja: Japanese
  • en: English
  • zh: Chinese (Simplified)
  • zh-TW: Chinese (Traditional)

Two-Factor Authentication

The value configured for "Two-Factor Authentication".
It shows "true" (if enabled) or "false" (if disabled).