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Microsoft® Lync® Server 2013 Unleashed Second Edition by Randy Wintle, Alex Lewis, David Ross, Tom Pacyk

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Starting and Stopping Logging

As mentioned previously, most scenarios are going to be covered by AlwaysOn being enabled by default. If administrators do need to log on different components, the following syntax can be used with a specific scenario:

Start-CsClsLogging -Scenario <Scenario Name> -Duration <Time in Days:Hours:Minutes> -Pools <Comma-Separated List of Pool Names>

Use the Stop-CsClsLogging cmdlet to manually stop a scenario, but keep in mind that any started logging scenarios will stop automatically after the specified duration expires. The different scenarios available include those in Table 14.1.

Table 14.1. Available Centralized Logging Scenarios

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