This article describes how to setup debug logging for SED on Windows 7 and above for both 32 and 64-bit versions. Enabling debug logging can assist in troubleshooting any issues with SED.
Use the following steps to enable debug logging:
The Registry Editor should look like this after adding the appropriate resources:
Verify debugging is enabled
There are several ways to verify that debug logging is taking place.
Click the PGP Tray icon and the menu will now include Debug Logging Options.
Next verify that logging is taking place at the debug level by using the following steps.
How to Use
If there are problems and you want a copy of the logs you can go to the tray, click on the PGP icon and the click to View PGP Log. Then you can save the log files which will include the debug level information.
If there was a crash, you may need to obtain the log file(s) from "%appdata%\Roaming\PGP Corporation\PGP\PGPlog*.txt". The "%appdata%\Roaming\PGP Corporation\PGP\PGPlog*.txt" may not show that the debug level of logging is taking place but it is nevertheless. The main indication that the debug level is being used is in the log visible from the tray.
Disable debug logging:
Please be aware:
The logs, including at the debug level, are written to the following location: "%appdata%\Roaming\PGP Corporation\PGP\PGPlog*.txt"