The Event Log page gives you an overview of the recorded events. The Event Log lists the event messages generated by the ZENworks® Agent that resides on the server or workstation. The list is ordered by date, with the latest date first. Each event listed includes the following information:
Status: An indication of the event’s severity:
The icon indicates an event has executed successfully.
The icon indicates an exception condition that might cause problems but might not need immediate attention.
The icon indicates that an action could not be completed because of a user or system error, and it needs immediate attention.
Event: Something that happens, such as a successful installation, that triggers a message to be created and sent. Click the event message to display additional details. You can use the message details window to acknowledge the message, which causes the message to be cleared from the event log.
Data: The date and time the event occurred.
Advanced: A page showing both acknowledged and unacknowledged events. You can sort events by status, date, or whether an event has been acknowledged or not. You can also acknowledge events from this page.
Figure 38-1 Event Logs
When you click the description of an event, the following page appears:
Figure 38-2 Detailed Information Concerning the Event
This page can be used to acknowledge the event. Acknowledging an event removes it from the main event log, but you can still see it in the Advanced page. Clickingcloses the window.
There are two log lists, the Event Log and the System Event Log. The Event Log lists the event messages generated by the ZENworks Agent that resides on the server or workstation; the System Event Log is displayed only for servers that are functioning as primary or secondary ZENworks Servers. The System Event Log lists the system event messages generated by the ZENworks Server for activities that it performs on behalf of all managed devices in its management zone.