When StoreFront is installed or uninstalled, the following log files are created by the StoreFront installer in the C:\Windows\Temp\ directory. The file names reflect the components that created them and include time stamps.
- Citrix-DeliveryServicesRoleManager-*.log—Created when StoreFront is installed interactively.
- Citrix-DeliveryServicesSetupConsole-*.log—Created when StoreFront is installed silently and when StoreFront is uninstalled, either interactively or silently.
- CitrixMsi-CitrixStoreFront-x64-*.log—Created when StoreFront is installed and uninstalled, either interactively or silently.
StoreFront supports Windows event logging for the authentication service, stores, and Receiver for Web sites. Any events that are generated are written to the StoreFront application log, which can be viewed using Event Viewer under either Application and Services Logs > Citrix Delivery Services or Windows Logs > Application. You can control the number of duplicate log entries for a single event by editing the configuration files for the authentication service, stores, and Receiver for Web sites.
The Citrix StoreFront management console automatically records tracing information. By default, tracing for other operations is disabled and must be enabled manually. Logs created by Windows PowerShell commands are stored in the \Admin\logs\ directory of the StoreFront installation, typically located at C:\Program Files\Citrix\Receiver StoreFront\. The log file names contain command actions and subjects, along with time stamps that can be used to differentiate command sequences.
In multiple server deployments, use only one server at a time to make changes to the configuration of the server group. Ensure that the Citrix StoreFront management console is not running on any of the other servers in the deployment. Once complete, propagate your configuration changes to the server group
so that the other servers in the deployment are updated.