Many BeyondTrust Components like the Access & Rep-Console or the Jump Client & Customer Client or the Jumppoint installed on the endpoint can create a LOG-File for more in-deep investigations in connection with the use of BeyondTrust Components and dependent systems.If you want enable the creation of a Log-File for BeyondTrust Endpoint Components or Representative Site Software Components you can do that following this steps:1. open Notepad2. copy the following text into your notepad:[blog/debug]
output = $COMMON_LOG_DIR\$COMPANY-$APP_NAME.log
; $COMMON_LOG_DIR is C:\ProgramData in Windows 7, 8, Server ’08, and Server ’12
; $COMMON_LOG_DIR is C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data in Windows XP and Server ’03
3. Save the new File as «blog.ini» on c:\ root of the system where you want to turn logging on.
4. Make sure you have a folder «c:\temp» cause this is the folder where the log-file will be written into.
5. Start now an access console or a rep console and then a bomgar session to an endpoint and reproduce your problems.
6. After closing the session and the console – you should find the log-file in the c:\temp folder.
7. Don’t forget to turn either logging off or to delete the blog.ini file from the desktop after your investigations are done.
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