Configure NAP Tracing
Updated: March 29, 2012
Applies To: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012
You can use the NAP Client Configuration console to configure Network Access Protection (NAP) tracing. Tracing records NAP events in a log file and is useful for troubleshooting and maintenance. You can also use tracing logs to evaluate the health and security of your network. You can configure three levels of tracing: Basic, Advanced, and Debug.
By default, NAP tracing is disabled, which means that no NAP events are recorded in the NAP tracing log files.
When to perform this task
You should enable NAP tracing when:
You are troubleshooting NAP problems.
You want to evaluate the overall health and security of the computers in your organization.
To complete this task, perform the following procedures: