Ever wonder how you could automate the installation of the Log Insight Agent without a configuration management tool like SCCM, Puppet, or Salt? In this post, learn about a PowerShell script available that does exactly this!
Log Insight has featured a Tech Preview of the agent auto-upgrade feature for the last two releases. I am happy to announce that as of Log Insight 4.3, this feature is now fully supported. Read on to learn more!
The Log Insight 4.3 Agent is FIPS compliant. In this post, I would like to cover the details. Read on to learn more!
Log Insight 4.0 changed the default option of “ssl” from off to on as I covered in this post. Using encryption by default is a best practice, but you should be aware of the four SSL parameters that can be set in the [server] section of the Log Insight agent configuration. Read on to learn more!
In Log Insight 4.0, several enhancements have been made to the Log Insight agent. Read on to learn more!
As you probably know, the Log Insight agent allows you to explicitly include or exclude:
- filelog: log files within a directory
- winlog: Windows event viewer channels
One question I received at VMworld was if you could explicitly include or exclude:
- filelog: certain log messages from within a log file
- winlog: certain events from within Windows event viewer channels
In this post, I will provide the answer. Read on to learn more!