Have successfully installed the UserAgent 4.1.2-2 and it is merrily discovering user authentication events. It is VERY keen to tell me all of this in the UaDebug.log file.
How do you reduce the verbosity - there's a "file" somewhere but it's not giving any hints?
02/14/12 13:32:59:730[ Info 1642]: ------------Service is being started------------
02/14/12 13:32:59:730[ Info 1649]: Os version is 6.1.1.
02/14/12 13:32:59:730[Error 522]: Cannot read debug log level with error 2(The system cannot find the file specified.)
02/14/12 13:32:59:730[ Info 525]: Load debug log level Debug.
02/14/12 13:32:59:730[ Info 494]: Service version is 22.214.171.124.
02/14/12 13:32:59:730[ Info 528]: Product version is 4.1.2-2.
02/14/12 13:32:59:730[ Info 878]: Found 0 ACL config. 0 processed.
02/14/12 13:32:59:745[ Info 909]: Found 22 server config.
Training notes and documents elsewhere on KnowledgePoint also say that the maximum number of DCs is 10 by default and that this can be adjusted by <max-dc>100</max-dc> (or whatever number - 100 being the upper limit). I added this manually but then it disappeared, but am (seemingly) successfully reading from 22 domain controllers. Is this still a requirement and where does it need to go in the UserIDAgentConfig.xml file? Does it persist if you run the GUI config tool?
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So simple - thanks .... though there is possibly then a type in the initial RegKey that gets created on first install / run .... "DebufLevel" instead of "DebugLevel"
The training is based on 3.1 and is currently updated. The 4.1 User-ID Agent supports up to 100 DCs/Servers by default and this setting is actually obsolete.
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