Log Collection Service System View

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A Log Collector is a service that runs on a Log Decoder host (referred to as a Local Collector) or sends events from a Remote Collector to a Local Collector, and is configured and managed in a similar way to a Log Decoder.

To access the Log Collection Service System view, go to ADMIN > Services and select a Log Collector service, then select View > System.

Workflow

This workflow illustrates the basic tasks needed to start collecting events through Log Collection.

This workflow illustrates the basic tasks needed to start collecting events through Log Collection.

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Administrator

Perform basic Log Collection implementation

Basic Implementation

Administrator

Set up a lockbox to maintain lockbox settings

Set Up a Lockbox

Administrator

*Start Log Collection Services.

Start Collection Services

Administrator

Configure Log Collection protocols and event sources.

Configure Collection Protocols and Event Sources

Administrator

Verify that Log Collection is working.

Verify That Log Collection Is Working

*You can perform this task here.

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Basic Implementation

Quick Look

From the Log Collector Service Information Toolbar, you can manage event data using the Collection icon to start event data from a stopped protocol or stop collecting data from a started protocol. From the Host Tasks icon, you can select tasks that you want to run. You can also shutdown your service and reboot your service from the Service Information Toolbar.

Log Collection Service View

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