Apr 08 2021 03:43 PM
Sep 09 2022 09:52 PM - edited Sep 09 2022 09:55 PM
One year later…. So cmtrace has nothing to do with having the option to read the intune mgt log? I guess you also think onetrace isnt ment to be used to read the intune mgt log ? :)
may i ask what your method is to open and read the intune log?
Sep 10 2022 04:15 AM
Sep 10 2022 10:49 AM - edited Sep 10 2022 10:53 AM
I'm asking for a method to read the logs. I pay tens of thousands of dollars per month for Intune licenses and autopilot. I do not use SCCM or CfgMgr. I see many Microsoft employees and reps telling us to use the log reader from completely separate tools like those (CMTrace or One Trace) that have their own licensing (using CMTrace without an SCCM license would be an unlicensed product).
Microsoft should provide a log reader for Intune only customers.
Sep 10 2022 10:52 AM - edited Sep 10 2022 10:56 AM
Those tools are free to use AFAIK. And any text reader, notepad ++, work fine only cmtrace formats it nicely
Sep 10 2022 11:02 AM - edited Sep 10 2022 11:04 AM
Again… you dont need to pay to use those tools… they are freeeeeeee:) itsn that nice? Instead of complaining… maybe just download cmtrace and open a log?
its there so just use it?
Of course i can add jason sandys to this concersation?
Sep 10 2022 11:42 AM
Sep 11 2022 10:13 AM
Sep 11 2022 03:21 PM
Thanks Rudy for the original reply over a year ago. Cmtrace was indeed the solution, I should have replied back then, sorry.
Re licensing, it would be nice if MS explained it in simple terms somewhere. The closest thing i could find was this post below, not from MS, that mentions that cmtrace can be used with intune due to a CAL being included with M365 license that you need for Intune, but not with all M365 licenses.
Sep 13 2022 12:51 AM