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Apr 282011
 

A few people have asked if it’s possible to create log files of what is happening in regards to Enterprise Vault versus Sharepoint.  You can enable logging for this, in a similar way to the Enterprise Vault OWA logging :

Open the web.config file for the SharePoint Web application (usually C:InetpubwwwrootwssVirtualDirectories<port number>web.config)

Locate and change the following entries as desired:

  <appSettings>

    <add key="EnterpriseVault_LogEnabled" value="true" />

    <add key="EnterpriseVault_LogFolder" value="C:Program FilesEnterprise VaultSharePoint Logs" />

    <add key="EnterpriseVault_UsersToLog" value="" />

  </appSettings>

Logging can be restricted to a specific user by entering domainusername in the EnterpriseVault_UsersToLog field.  This is useful if there are many people accessing the Sharepoint environment, and you want to clearly see one users access attempts.

 
Now try opening a shortcut from the client/users browser.  A log file will be created in the specified folder on the SharePoint server.

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