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Applies to: VMware Horizon7 v7.x and later
VMware Horizon7 logs can be configured and forwarded to EventTracker by using syslog. It helps you to monitor the authentication failed for user accounts, and user passwords, user login success, user logout, security server logs, VCenter logs, folders management logs, administrative activities based on user authentication, username, and login activities.
EventTracker alerts you when any folder is removed, permission is removed, authentication fails, security server is removed, agent shutdown, etc.
EventTracker can also generate a schedule report for user login activities, agent activities, desktop task cancelation details, device management, security server activities happening in VMware Horizon7. It displays agent activities, user login success, authentication failed, removed VCenter server, unauthorized user, etc.
Once VMware Horizon7 is configured to deliver events to EventTracker, alerts, dashboards, and reports can be configured into EventTracker.
The configuration details are consistent with EventTracker v9.2 and later, and VMware Horizon7 v7.x and later.
For more information please refer to the VMware Horizon7 Integration guide.
To configure VMware Horizon7 to send logs to EventTracker, refer to the How-to Guide.