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neochaser5
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Find out who created the object in Checkpoint

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In Checkpoint, how do I find out who originally created the host object? Also how do I find out who edited it? Thank you in advance. 

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Ron_Izraeli
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Another method is to use show-object management API command which in full details level return the creator and the last modifier (along with more meta info).

e.g.

> show object uid d3bc2c89-ca4d-43e0-8d3c-e926dec6ba9b details-level full

object: 
 uid: "d3bc2c89-ca4d-43e0-8d3c-e926dec6ba9b"
 name: "CP_default_Office_Mode_addresses_pool"
 type: "network"
 .

 .

 .
 meta-info: 
  lock: "locked by current session"
  validation-state: "ok"
  last-modify-time: 
   posix: 1550368773740
   iso-8601: "2019-02-17T03:59+0200"
  last-modifier: "System"
  creation-time: 
   posix: 1550368773740
   iso-8601: "2019-02-17T03:59+0200"
  creator: "System"
  read-only: false

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Danny
Champion
Champion

Just search the Audit Log and check who created it.

Maarten_Sjouw
Champion
Champion

In the Object Explorer (top 2nd from left Objects -> Object Explorer) you can see who last modified the object and when.

Keep in mind that after every migration all you will see is system and the migration date.

Regards, Maarten
Ron_Izraeli
Employee
Employee

Another method is to use show-object management API command which in full details level return the creator and the last modifier (along with more meta info).

e.g.

> show object uid d3bc2c89-ca4d-43e0-8d3c-e926dec6ba9b details-level full

object: 
 uid: "d3bc2c89-ca4d-43e0-8d3c-e926dec6ba9b"
 name: "CP_default_Office_Mode_addresses_pool"
 type: "network"
 .

 .

 .
 meta-info: 
  lock: "locked by current session"
  validation-state: "ok"
  last-modify-time: 
   posix: 1550368773740
   iso-8601: "2019-02-17T03:59+0200"
  last-modifier: "System"
  creation-time: 
   posix: 1550368773740
   iso-8601: "2019-02-17T03:59+0200"
  creator: "System"
  read-only: false

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neochaser5
Explorer

Thank you all. I am able to locate it based on your instructions above. This is really helpful. Thanks again. 

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