VPN tunneling client-side logs are files that reside on the remote client containing sign-in, debug, and other statistical information you can use to troubleshoot potential issues with VPN tunneling. When you enable client-side logging for VPN tunneling users, the client records VPN tunneling events in a series of log files, continually appending entries each time a feature is invoked during subsequent user sessions. The resulting log files are useful when working with the support team to debug problems with VPN tunneling.
If VPN tunneling users turn client-side logging off, (even if logging is enabled on the system) the client does not record any new client-side log information. If the user turns on the logging function and the system is then configured to disable client-side logging, the client does not record any new client-side log information.