Best way to check ccm.log file

TonyJK 876 Reputation points
2020-10-12T22:56:00.45+00:00

I am new to SCCM.

In order to troubleshoot Client Push Installation, some fellows have suggested checking the ccm.log file.

May I ask what is the best way to check that Log file. Should we remote access the SCCM Server and check the log ? Is it possible for us to check it from the SCCM Console ?

Thanks

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  1. AllenLiu-MSFT 38,006 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2020-10-13T02:36:14.82+00:00

    @TonyJK
    Thank you for posting in Microsoft Q&A forum.
    Like Garth and Jason said, you may access ccm.log on SCCM server like this:
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    And the tool cmtrace is located in:
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  1. Garth Jones 2,071 Reputation points
    2020-10-13T00:37:31.347+00:00
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  2. Jason Sandys 31,121 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2020-10-13T01:18:48.143+00:00

    Should we remote access the SCCM Server and check the log ?

    Generally, folks just browse to the log files on the primary site server using the admin share of the volume that the site server components were installed on or by sharing out the logs folder to those that need access.

    Is it possible for us to check it from the SCCM Console ?

    No, not directly.

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