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What does this mean in TPAM: Current Offset changed from -240 to -300

We use event triggers in ActiveRoles to automate user account changes in TPAM via the CLI over SSH.

When reviewing the history of changes made by my CLI account through automation through a CLI call - using the commandline:


ssh -i C:\folder\CLI.key CLIUSER@myTPAMhost.dom reportactivity --username $resUser --startdate $startday --enddate $today --direction desc --maxrows 40 2>$null)


After some simple formatting of the output - we get the following table ...

The description for an event contains "Current Offset changed from -240 to -300"

What does this mean in the TPAM world?

DATE  Time                Operation            Target      Details
2018-01-08 15:49:10 Update                andrei      Certificate Thumbprint
2018-01-08 15:49:10 Update                andrei      Current Offset changed from -240 to -300
2018-01-08 15:49:10 Update                andrei      Description updated
2018-01-08 15:29:42 Update                sargay      Certificate Thumbprint
2018-01-08 15:29:42 Update                sargay      Description updated
2018-01-05 21:30:14 Delete                 bob
2018-01-05 21:30:14 Delete Member    group1      bob
2018-01-05 21:30:14 Delete Member    group2      bob
2018-01-05 21:30:14 Delete Member    group3      bob
2018-01-05 13:59:29 Update                dmitry      Certificate Thumbprint
2018-01-05 13:59:29 Update                dmitry      Description updated

  • Hey dyannic,

    I believe the highlighted line is reporting that the 'User Timezone' has been changed for the Target user. It looks like it was set to be another hour away from UTC.

    So it would be set for Central Standard Time instead of Eastern Standard Time.

    I tested changing that setting in User Management on my TPAM lab and I was able to reproduce that line in my logs.
  • fantastic, that entry was driving me to distraction. Squirrel.
    Now off to find where in my ARS policy scripts I'm triggering a timezone change...