Browser console logs provide information on trace events and alerts. You can download the console output as log files for troubleshooting and analysis.


  • Remote console modules for the client must be enabled. See Enable Remote Console Modules for more information.
  • Telnet and SSH protocols must be used. Only standard outputs of these protocols can be downloaded as console logs.

Enable browser console logging

  1. Go to Setup > Accounts > Clients, add a new client or edit an existing client.
  2. In the Remote Access Management section, enable:
    • Browser consoles
    • Shared drive
    • Console logging
    • Remote commands
  3. Click Finish.

Browser consoles, shared drives, console logging, and remote commands are enabled for the client.

Remote Access Management

Download a console log

  1. Select the client.
  2. Go to Infrastructure > Resources > Server and click the server name.
  3. Click Audit Recordings in the left navigation.
  4. Select the download icon
    and click Console Log to download the logs.
    Console Log
  5. Go to the download location and unzip the file folder to view the log files.

The console log folder contains:

  • xxxxxxxxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxxText: Standard output logs with prepend and appended timestamps starting when the console is launched.
  • xxxxxxxxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxxText.timing: Timeline entry for each line item.

Remove console log timestamps

Use the Linux scriptreplay utility to remove the appended timestamps:

*scriptreplay * 367823671.1624982860331Text.timing 367823671.1624982860331Text