This short post lists out SCCM Asset Intelligence log files. In my previous post we saw how to configure asset intelligence in SCCM. That post was more about installing asset intelligence synchronization point role and importing the licenses. However at some point we might require examining log files while we work with asset intelligence. There are around seven log files that contain information related to Asset Intelligence. We will take a look at those log files and understand what each log file records or logs.
Where can i find Asset Intelligence log files ?. – The Asset Intelligence log files can be found in the Logs folder under Configuration Manager install path. You will almost find all the other important log files in the same folder. Use the CMTrace tool to open these log files. To know more about this tool, click this link.
SCCM Asset Intelligence Log Files
Here are the SCCM asset intelligence log files and their description. These will help you while you are troubleshooting issues related to Asset Intelligence.
|Log File Name||Log File Description|
|AIkbmgr.log||Logs details about the processing of XML files from the inbox for updating the Asset Intelligence catalog.|
|AIupdatesvc.log||Your AI sync point role syncs with System Center Online using TCP port 443. This log file records interaction between AI and online web service. This file is useful to troubleshoot the sync issues.|
|AIussetup.log||This log file records details about the installation of the Asset Intelligence sync point site system role. Use this file to when asset intelligence sync point role installation fails or has got any errors.|
|AIusmsi.log||Records details about the installation of the Asset Intelligence sync point site system role.|
||Logs the activities of Asset Intelligence inventory actions.|
|ManagedProvider.log||Records details about discovering software with an associated software identification tag. This log file also records activities related to hardware inventory.|
||This log file records details about the processing of imported licensing files.