Viewing logs from other sites
|Article:HOWTO81190|||||Created: 2012-10-24|||||Updated: 2013-10-07|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO81190|
If you want to view the logs from another site, you must log on to a server at the remote site from the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager console. If you have an account on a server at the remote site, you can log on remotely and view that site's logs.
If you have configured replication partners, you can choose to have all the logs from the replication partners copied to the local partner and vice versa.
If you choose to replicate logs, by default you see the information from both your site and the replicated sites when you view any log. If you want to see a single site, you must filter the data to limit it to the location you want to view.
If you choose to replicate logs, be sure that you have sufficient disk space for the additional logs on all the Replication Partners.
To view the logs from another site
Open a Web browser.
Type the server name or IP address and the port number, 9090, in the address text box as follows:
The console then downloads. The computer from which you log on must have the Java 2 Runtime Environment (JRE) installed. If it does not, you are prompted to download and install it. Follow the prompts to install the JRE.
In the console logon dialog box, type your user name and password.
In the Server text box, if it does not fill automatically, type the server name or IP address and port number 8443 as follows:
Click Log On.
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