From CRM we can change the roles for members of a committee. This change should set the Change_User value on the record in the database to the users name that changed it, however it is instead showing the server name.
Steps to duplicate:
Go to Constituents > Committee Search and search for any committee
Go to Members tab
Click the down arrow next to a committee member and click the Edit Roles button
Click Save (no changes necessary) when the Edit Roles window shows
Run the following query in SSMS
SELECT gmr.ID GroupMemberRoleID, gm.ID GroupMemberID, gmr.STARTDATE, gmr.ENDDATE, gmrc.DESCRIPTION Role_Description, cm.NAME Constituent_Name, cg.NAME Group_Name, gmr.DATECHANGED, gmr.CHANGEDBYID, ca.USERNAME Change_User FROM GROUPMEMBERROLE gmr JOIN GROUPMEMBER gm ON gmr.GROUPMEMBERID = gm.ID JOIN GROUPMEMBERROLECODE gmrc ON gmr.GROUPMEMBERROLECODEID = gmrc.ID JOIN CONSTITUENT cm ON gm.MEMBERID = cm.ID JOIN CONSTITUENT cg ON gm.GROUPID = cg.ID JOIN CHANGEAGENT ca ON gmr.CHANGEDBYID = ca.ID
Notice the the value of the Change_User column for the record that was modified
Using the Edit button instead on step 3 above, you will see when running the above query that the value of Change_User is instead your user name
We are currently evaluating this issue and will update this article when we have more information.