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    Configuring Client-Side Logs (NSM Procedure)

    Client-side logging is useful when working with the Juniper Networks Support team to debug problems with an Secure Access device client-side feature. When you enable logging for a feature, the Secure Access device writes a log to any client computer that uses the feature. (These settings are global, which means that the Secure Access device writes a log file to all clients that use the enabled feature.) The Secure Access device then appends to the log file each time the feature is invoked during subsequent user sessions. Once the Secure Access device has written a log file to a user’s computer, it does not remove it. If users want to remove the log files, they must manually delete them from their computers.

    To configure client-side logs:

    1. In the navigation tree, select Device Manager > Devices. Click the Device Tree tab, and then double-click the Secure Access device for which you want to configure a client-side logs.
    2. Click the Configuration tab. Select system >Log/Monitoring > Client Logs.
    3. Add or modify settings as specified in Table 1.
    4. Click one:
      • OK—Saves the changes.
      • Cancel—Cancels the modifications.

    Table 1: Configuring Client-Side Logs Details

    OptionFunctionYour Action

    Host Checker

    Secure Access device writes client-side logs of Host Checker.

    Select the Host Checker to enable this feature.

    Cache Cleaner

    Secure Access device writes client-side logs of Cache Cleaner.

    Select the Cache Cleaner to enable this feature.

    Meetings

    Secure Access device writes client-side logs of Secure Meeting.

    Select the Meetings to enable this feature.

    Windows Secure Application Manager

    Secure Access device writes client-side logs of SAM.

    Select the Windows Secure Application Manager check box to enable this feature.

    Java Secure Application Manager and Applet Rewriting

    Secure Access device writes client-side logs of Java Secure Application Manager and Applet.

    Select the Java Secure Application Manager and Applet Rewriting to enable this feature.

    Network Connect

    Secure Access device writes client-side logs of Network Connect.

    Select the Network Connect to enable this feature.

    Terminal Servers

    Secure Access device writes client-side logs of Terminal Servers.

    Select the Terminal Servers to enable this feature.

    Upload logs disk space (MB)

    Specifies the amount of disk space (in Megabytes) you want to allocate for uploaded client log files.

    Enter the disk space.

    Note: You can allocate from 0 to 200 MB.

    Alert when log uploaded

    Secure Access device displays an alert message when an end-user pushes a log file up to the Secure Access device.

    Select Alert when log uploaded to enable this feature.

    Published: 2013-01-03