How do I keep track of user creations

Thank you, but this does not work - there are no entries. Yes, I'm use Linux PAM standard authentication, Proxmox VE 6.0
If you use Linux PAM standard authentication, then you have to create a system user manually, e.g. with `useradd`. Proxmox VE does not do that. You can then create a user in Proxmox VE for the GUI on top of it.
I don't think that we log this. However, you can file a request on our Bugzilla to change this.

A query. They don't know why it doesn't work to create proxmox VE authentication users, after creation I can't see the created
Could you provide the exact steps that you tried? This might be easier with command line.

Please try this:
When you add a user it should appear in /etc/pve/user.cfg. You can use the following commands to create a user named "testuser" in Proxmox VE authentication server and verify that it was really created. The second command should print "user:testuser@pve:1:0::::::"

pveum user add testuser@pve
cat /etc/pve/user.cfg | grep testuser


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