configure NetVizor's log storage location, click on ACTIVITY LOGGING
-> Configure Log Storage Location. On this screen you will
be able to specify where you want NetVizor to save its logs. You
can choose to have logs stored on a network share, or locally.
This log storage location must have full read/write access for
all users. We have a how-to on this here.
The log storage location settings also allow you to choose whether
to categorize logs by username when storing, or not. If you choose
to have logs categorized by username you will be able to track
roving users on your network if you are storing logs on a shared
folder. Otherwise, logs will include activities from all users
on a machine, instead of being stored by individual users. If you
choose to NOT categorize logs by username you will be able to generate
reports in the NetVizor web interface based on specific usernames,
though. If you are storing logs on network share it is recommended
you Categorize logs by username.
Network Log Storage
By clicking on "Log Storage Locations "
in the viewer software you can configure NetVizor's Network Log
Storage Locations. These folder paths are the shared network
folders where you have chosen remote NetVizor clients to save
their logs to. This will allow the NetVizor viewer to enumerate
all logged users from these shared folders, so you can view all
the logged activities easily from the NetVizor viewer.
For example: Clients may
be set up to store logs in \\yourserver\logs$ - You would specify
the viewer's Log Storage path to point to x:\network folder\logs$
(just an example path) - this would allow you to view all logged
user activities from the remote clients.
This feature allows you
to view logs created by computers on different subnets, where
their logs are saved to a share accessible by the central computer
you are viewing from.
If you are storing logs on network share it is recommended you
Categorize logs by username so that you can track individual user