You can use the Command Center dashboard to view graphical reports of NetScaler Gateway user sessions. The reports are based on parameters such as session access, ICA applications accessed, bandwidth usage, client type usage, EPA scan failures, and log in failures. NetScaler Gateway log messages also provide information about these parameters.
Citrix Endpoint Analysis scans a user device and detects information such as the presence and version level of operating system, antivirus, firewall, or browser software. Use Citrix Endpoint Analysis to verify that the user device meets your requirements before you allow it to connect to your network. You can monitor files, processes, and registry entries on the user device throughout the user session to ensure that the device continues to meet requirements.
You can add views to monitor specific types of NetScaler Gateway log messages based on parameters such as session access, ICA applications accessed, bandwidth usage, client type usage, EPA scan failures, and logon failures. Views make it easier to monitor data on NetScaler Gateway user sessions.
The views you create are associated with your Command Center user account.
A large number of syslog records can occupy an excessive amount of the Command Center server space. If you do not want the Command Center server to store obsolete syslog records generated by NetScaler Gateway devices, you can create a NetScaler Gateway filter that discards those records.
After you create the filter, the Command Center server discards the syslogs that meet the criteria you specified.