VMware Horizon creates log files that record the installation and operation of its components.
|Horizon Component||File Path and Other Information|
|All components (installation logs)||
To access VMware Horizon log files that are stored in <Drive Letter>:\ProgramData\VMware\VDM\logs, you must open the logs from a program with elevated administrator privileges. Right-click the program file and select Run as administrator.
If a User Data Disk (UDD) is configured, <Drive Letter> might correspond to the UDD.
The logs for PCoIP are named pcoip_agent*.log and pcoip_server*.log.
|Remote Desktop Features||You can set log levels and generate log files in a Data Collection Tool (DCT) bundle for remote desktop features on Windows Agent and Client, Mac Client, and Linux Client.
Windows Agent: C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware View\Agent\DCT\support.bat
Windows Client: C:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Horizon View Client\DCT\support.bat
Mac Client: /Applications/VMware Horizon Client.app/Contents/Library/dct/HorizonCollector.sh
Linux Client: /usr/bin/vmware-view-log-collector
The Horizon Event Database configured on a Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle database server, or PostgreSQL database server.
Windows Application Event logs. Disabled by default.
Note: This file path is a symbolic link that redirects to the actual location of the log files, which is <Drive Letter>:\ProgramData\VMware\VDM\logs.
The log directory is configurable in the log configuration settings of the Common Configuration ADMX template file (vdm_common.admx) .
PCoIP Secure Gateway logs are written to files named SecurityGateway_*.log in the PCoIP Secure Gateway subdirectory.
Blast Secure Gateway logs are written to files named absg*.log in the Blast Secure Gateway subdirectory.
Horizon Event Database configured on a Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle database server, or PostgreSQL database server.
Windows System Event logs.