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How to pull Vcenter user logs for one month

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How to pull Vcenter user logs for one month

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vasan22in
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Hello,

After login your vCenter through web client, Refer below

Export Events Data in the vSphere Web Client

You can export all or part of the events data stored in the vCenter Server database.

Prerequisites

Ensure that you have logged in to the vSphere Web Client.

Required Privilege: Read-only

Procedure

1 Select an inventory object.

2 Click the Monitor tab, and click Events.

3 Click the Export icon (Export icon).

4 In the Export Events window, specify what types of event information you want to export.

5 Click Generate CSV Report, and click Save.

6 Specify a file name and location and save the file.

Please consider marking this answer "correct" or "helpful" if you think your query have been answered correctly. Thanks, Srini

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vasan22in
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Hello,

After login your vCenter through web client, Refer below

Export Events Data in the vSphere Web Client

You can export all or part of the events data stored in the vCenter Server database.

Prerequisites

Ensure that you have logged in to the vSphere Web Client.

Required Privilege: Read-only

Procedure

1 Select an inventory object.

2 Click the Monitor tab, and click Events.

3 Click the Export icon (Export icon).

4 In the Export Events window, specify what types of event information you want to export.

5 Click Generate CSV Report, and click Save.

6 Specify a file name and location and save the file.

Please consider marking this answer "correct" or "helpful" if you think your query have been answered correctly. Thanks, Srini
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