The Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager (SEPM) Apache server does not generate verbose error and access logging by default.
Use these steps to enable detailed debug logging for the SEPM Apache server. This is useful with troubleshooting Apache errors or crashes, or for tracing client-server communications issues.
The SEPM Apache server can host 3 different Web sites: a client-server communications Web site on port 8014, an SSL reporting Web site on port 8445, and an SSL client-server communications Web site on port 443. By default, the Apache server only logs high severity error events from the client-server communications Web site, and does not log any access events. Error and access logging for the SSL reporting and SSL client-server communications Web sites are disabled by default. The following steps will enable verbose error logging and access logging for each of the SEPM Apache Web sites.
Note: The SSL client-server Web site is disabled by default.
Enabling debugging for the client-server communications Web site