Set-TpmsLogLevel

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Description

Enables retrieving log information from the target machines (on which Tpms.Agent runs) and displaying it using PowerShell.

The parameter RelayLogLevel defines the – lowest – log level to be communicated. It’s set accordingly to the nlog standard. For more information see http://nlog-project.org/documentation/

Syntax

Set-TpmsLogLevel -RelayLogLevel <string>

Parameter Description
-RelayLogLevel This parameter allows the following values:

Off | Fatal | Error | Warn | Info | Debug | Trace

Example 1: cmdlet usage

The following example enables retrieving log information of Fatal, Error, Warn and Info level from Tpms.Agent.

Set-TpmsLogLevel -RelayLogLevel Info

Example 2: cmdlet usage

The following example enables retrieving log information of Fatal and Error level from Tpms.Agent.

Set-TpmsLogLevel -RelayLogLevel Error

Example 3: cmdlet usage

The following example disables retrieving log information from Tpms.Agent.

Set-TpmsLogLevel -RelayLogLevel Off

Example 4: Script containing Set-TpmsLogLevel

The following script can be run on an admin computer to initiate the Tpms environment. The script must run only once per session. It imports the module Tpms.Powershell, sets the URL of Tpms.Service and sets the log level to Info, defines a target server ($srv2) running Tpms.Agent (cps47.ourdomain.local) and – finally – sends the relevant calls with Start-TpmsSetupByAgent -Servers ($srv2).

Set-TpmsServiceUrl -Uri https://licenseserver.ourdomain.local:4040

Set-TpmsLogLevel -RelayLogLevel Info

$srv2 = New-TpmsObjSetupAgent -Name "cps47.ourdomain.local" -Port 5050 -Credential (Get-Credential -Message "Please enter your credentials." -UserName "ourdomain\Administrator")

Start-TpmsSetupByAgent -Servers ($srv2)
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