Log Type “ZTNA Agent” and “ZTNA Agent Manager” Specifications

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Log Type “ZTNA Agent” and “ZTNA Agent Manager” Specifications

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Hi all,

I am looking for documentation regarding the specifications for the Log Type “ZTNA Agent” and “ZTNA Agent Manager” for the Strata Logging Service.
I have searched the documentation but could not find it.
Here is a page that might be close:

Does anyone know the location or content of the document?
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@r-nakamura  wrote:
Hi all,

I am looking for documentation regarding the specifications for the Log Type “ZTNA Agent” and “ZTNA Agent Manager” for the Strata Logging Service.
I have searched the documentation but could not find it.
Here is a page that might be close:

Does anyone know the location or content of the document?

Hello,

 

You're right, the provided link doesn't directly address ZTNA Agent and ZTNA Agent Manager log specifications. While the official documentation might not have a dedicated section, here are some approaches to find the relevant information:

 

Search Within the Existing Documentation:

Try searching the Palo Alto Networks documentation for keywords like "ZTNA Agent logs," "ZTNA Agent Manager logs," or "ZTNA integration."
Look for sections related to network logs or authentication logs, as ZTNA functionality might fall under these categories.


Contact Palo Alto Networks Support:

If the documentation search proves fruitless, consider contacting Palo Alto Networks support directly. They may have more specific information about ZTNA Agent and ZTNA Agent Manager logs or be able to point you towards relevant internal resources.


Explore Community Forums:

Search online forums frequented by Palo Alto Networks users and administrators. You might find discussions or posts related to ZTNA logging experiences.


Analyze Existing Logs:

If you already have access to ZTNA Agent or ZTNA Agent Manager logs, try analyzing them. Look for patterns in the log messages and identify any recurring fields or data points. This can give you some insights into the log structure and potential information captured.

 

I hope the solution may help you. 

 

 

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@r-nakamura  wrote:
Hi all,

I am looking for documentation regarding the specifications for the Log Type “ZTNA Agent” and “ZTNA Agent Manager” for the Strata Logging Service.
I have searched the documentation but could not find it.
Here is a page that might be close:

Does anyone know the location or content of the document?

Hello,

 

You're right, the provided link doesn't directly address ZTNA Agent and ZTNA Agent Manager log specifications. While the official documentation might not have a dedicated section, here are some approaches to find the relevant information:

 

Search Within the Existing Documentation:

Try searching the Palo Alto Networks documentation for keywords like "ZTNA Agent logs," "ZTNA Agent Manager logs," or "ZTNA integration."
Look for sections related to network logs or authentication logs, as ZTNA functionality might fall under these categories.


Contact Palo Alto Networks Support:

If the documentation search proves fruitless, consider contacting Palo Alto Networks support directly. They may have more specific information about ZTNA Agent and ZTNA Agent Manager logs or be able to point you towards relevant internal resources.


Explore Community Forums:

Search online forums frequented by Palo Alto Networks users and administrators. You might find discussions or posts related to ZTNA logging experiences.


Analyze Existing Logs:

If you already have access to ZTNA Agent or ZTNA Agent Manager logs, try analyzing them. Look for patterns in the log messages and identify any recurring fields or data points. This can give you some insights into the log structure and potential information captured.

 

I hope the solution may help you. 

 

 

Thinks cassiebratt.

I'll look into it some more.

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