IMPORTANT: You must turn on logging, only if you need to investigate a problem. This feature generates substantial amounts of data and you should turn it off, when you do not use it.
To this, perform the following:
In case you are unable to access your website backend (for example due to authentication problems), you can manually enable authentication logging for troubleshootign purposes. To do that, you'll need to edit your Sitefinity CMS configuration files, so please proceed with the followign steps with caution:
The log information is available in the Authentication.log file, located in your project’s ~\App_Data\Sitefinity\Logs folder.
To change the default logger, perform the following:
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