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KB23661 - How to create a search filter to display the User-Agent of connected clients in the user access log
Last Modified Date
8/4/2015 1:25 PM
This article provides information on how to create a search filter to display the user-agent of the connected clients in the user access log.
Problem or Goal
You would like to show the User-Agent information in the user access log for each accessed client.
A custom filter can be created to achieve the same and each time you want to view the user-agent of connected clients, it can be used.
Create a log filter to customize the log format:
Go to the admin UI on PCS/PPS, go to
System > Log/Monitoring > User Access > Filters
, and then click the
In the subsequent screen, provide the following information:
field, type a name for the filter.
string in the message format and click
You can select the newly created filter on the
page via the
View by filter
Select the newly created log filter; now you can see the access client user-agent information in the access log output. The following image illustrates the standard user access log output:
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