End Users who read Audit Process reports need to be able to understand (more intuitively recognizable) uniquely distinguishing "which Server" information when the IPV6 value is returned in the "Server IP" column (especially in cases when the Server Host Name is not being provided). Perhaps querying a Domain Server at the time the Audit Process/Report is run would be possible (I don't know much about the "how's" for what can be done in this area). However, I do understand that the cryptic IPV6 value (using hexadecimal etc...) is perhaps all that is available in real time when the SQL statements occur ... so that is what must be written in the MySQL DAM database. But later, when the Audit process runs, in some circumstances that value is not "suitable for customer consumption", rather the customer wants to see the Server Name - and in cases when the Server Host Name does not contain such, there is a need for either a new field or to have the Server Host Name populated with a name derived through the use of the Server IP IPV6 value.
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