Thanks for the information. What I want to know is not so much about the terms and conditions of using the script, but whether there is a way to know the IP of the accessor from the log file in the following cases.
exp) When I access WFA remotely with a web browser and run the REST API(https://<WFA IP>/rest/docs/), does WFA get an Access Log by default, such as from which IP the user logged in to WFA in the first place and what operations were performed?
Thanks for the information. I will probably use WFA until 2024, as my customer plans to use it until just before support expires.
There are various logs in the specified directory, but I didn't find anything with the access source IP.
So I checked the standalone.xml and standalone-full.xml configuration files and changed the value of audit-log to true. (Configuration file in C:\Program Files\NetApp\WFA\jboss\standalone\configuration)
The audit file has been created, but I can't find any information such as IP access source, so I am still looking for information.
For reference, edit the following to create the audit-log.