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OneAgent Extension didn't enable log monitoring by default

It seems like it didn't, because for every Virtual Machine in Azure where the OneAgent extension is installed, this is what I see:

Or is this the behavior if I installed the extension in Azure VM? (i.e the default setting of enable log monitoring is only enabled if I installed the extension in Azure WebApp, but not Azure VM)

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Julius_Loman
Leader

At least for Linux (I guess it is the same for Windows) you need to explicitly turn on log monitoring at installation time with the parameter APP_LOG_CONTENT_ACCESS (the default value is not to turn on this feature, unless you specify the value "true" or 1 for this parameter).

How exactly did you install your Windows agents?

After login to the Azure Portal, I've intalled it using the GUI way as outlined here: https://www.dynatrace.com/support/help/cloud-platforms/azure/how-do-i-deploy-oneagent-to-azure-compute-vms/

I installed the OneAgent Extension to these VMs, its not like, I RDP into these VMs, then double click to run the OneAgent installer in them.


pawel_brzoska
Inactive

Will be resolved by

https://answers.dynatrace.com/idea/206028/enable-log-monitoring-for-azures-vm.html