As I had to install this module, I have just discovered your question.
You have to install "Audit Trail" module; then you get 2 menus under reporting : * Audit Rules : where you define your rules (on read, write, delete, create, action or workflow events) => yes you have to define each model you want to audit. * Audit Log : where all the audited events are written.
Note 1 : you have to subscribe (validate) to your rules to make them active
If you want to audit users login activities, you just need to add a rules on res_users and log the write access.
FYI : I opened a bug since I am unable to log my users login, I got an error : https://bugs.launchpad.net/openobject-addons/+bug/1214149
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