Yes, I understand, but it is useless when you want to use it for auditing your devices (or employees).
For example, when I add address for an interface:
ip address add interface=ether3 address=192.168.10.1/24
I will get only:
U action="address added" by="admin" policy=write time=nov/10/2014 15:40:32
Another example, if I disable firewall rule, I will get only:
U action="filter rule changed" by="admin" policy=write time=nov/10/2014 15:46:50
What we are talking here is to have a possibility to just log a command to standard log (what we can forward to remote syslog server). I don't know if it's possible when we use WinBox, not CLI (but I believe it is). Just take a look at Cisco, how they do that. Every command goes to log (not every keystroke but command).
There are some security standards, the company have to be compliant with. One of them is PCI DSS: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Payment_Ca ... y_Standard
. One of the requirements in this standard is to log all actions taken by any individual with root or administrative privileges. The easiest way to achieve that is just logging every command.
OK, we can live without it, it's obvious. But if RouterOS have this feature implemented, it will be possible to use your devices in larger range of organizations (especially in those compliant with mentioned security standards).