In part 1 of this series, I discussed the Inventory tool that is a part of Azure Automation’s config management and how to on-board an AWS VM for management. In this article, I will cover Change Tracking. With Inventory, you get a report on the Windows files, registry and services, as well installed software for the machines being monitored. However, Change Tracking takes it a step further and provides a notification whenever there is a change to anything that’s being tracked on the machine. It also provides the capability to perform queries against the change logs. Let’s take a look and see how it works.
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