Hi John - it depends on whether or not you have Logging enabled on your server (well, assuming the logging on the version you are on is the same as ours - we're on 8.3). It's currently enabled on our server, and there's a log file called "PharosAdministrator.2014-10-17T15-19-45" which is trapping events happening within the Pharos Admin side of things.
I just created a new queue in the system and can confirm it logs actions along those lines:
[-392031375] :: [2014/10/17 15:22:18.139 P6CB4 T007 d] PSComPClient.CreatePrinter DeviceType=Queue PrinterName=bob DriverName=Generic / Text Only PortName= SeparatorFile= Comment=
But I'm not entirely sure how helpful that's going to be for you, as it doesn't appear to provide any auditing-type info (again - YMMV depending on what version you're on). About the only thing I see there which *may* help is date and time... but that's a bit of a stretch.
What Brad mentioned is correct. The other two items about changing the name of the Queue and Deleting it can be found using the lines below.
You will see this when a Queue gets created.
PharosAdministrator] PSComPClient.CreatePrinter DeviceType=Queue PrinterName=testq DriverName=Canon iR-ADV C5030/5035 PCL6 PortName= SeparatorFile= Comment=
You will see this when a Queue gets a name change in the Pharos Administrator
PharosAdministrator] PSComPClient.UpdatePrinter DeviceType=Queue PrinterName=testqq NewPrinterName=testxxxx NewDriverName=Canon iR-ADV C5045/5051 PCL6 NewPortName= NewSeparatorFile= NewComment=
You will see this when a Queue gets deleted from within the Pharos Administrator.
PharosAdministrator] PSComPClient.DeletePrinter PrinterName=testq
Thanks to both of you for answering my question.