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Is there a plugin that tracks wordpress admin settings and actions? eg when plugins are activated/deactivated, plugin settings are changed, user settings and permissions changed?

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I've used plugin like that while back, but I totally can't remember its name and it was not repository-hosted (made to integrate with some third party security tool). Can't find it. :(

From repository this one seems fitting: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/audit-trail/

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I've used audit trail for admin access managing for a public school website and it has worked very well. That would be my suggestion too. –  Don Gilbert Dec 17 '10 at 14:38

Seems to be a couple of plugins that do this. Here are two more that I know of (I'm the author the last one BTW):



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