This article provides an overview of the Beyond Identity Platform Authenticator log collecting.
On Windows, these logs can be found in the AppData section of the file system. Specifically, this location:
%AppData%\BeyondIdentity\logs where %AppData% is
C:\Users\<user name>\AppData\Local\Programs. Please note that if the User Profile configuration uses roaming profiles that the location of the log files will be in the roaming profile in Windows (this will be the default location that Windows Explorer takes you when going to the %AppData% address). Also, note that if Hidden files and folders are not shown, the AppData won’t be visible from the Explorer display.
Sending the logs Beyond Identity support team can be done simply by zipping the logs folder and emailing it in response to a ticket.
In Beyond Identity version 2.66.0 there is a feature built into the authenticator that sends a feedback with the possibility to include the log files. Clicking on the the Beyond Identity Authneticator icon and selecting "Send feedback" will open the "Send feedback" window. Here you can add your comments, name, and email address.
To include your local logs also, please check the box where it says "Include Beyond Identity logs". If you are on an older version, update, and then you can utilize this feature retroactively.
Once you added your comments and details, click on the "Submit feedback" button in the bottom right corner of the window. Once the feedback is submitted, we will receive your comments, details and logs (if marked previously).
The sys diagnose creates a system-wide log, where it will capture full system diagnostics. This can be helpful in situations where 3rd party services could be involved.
They can do so by hitting the following keys on their keyboard.
shift + control + option + command + .
After about a minute or two, a finder window will open with the sysdiagnose file highlighted.
To trigger a sysdiagnose on iOS, perform the following steps:
Press VOL Up + Down + Power
Wait for 1s or 1.5s
release all buttons
You will feel a vibration. After a few minutes, go to Settings > Privacy > Analytics > Analytics Data; there be a log with sysdiagnose and the corresponding date.