Splunk® App for Microsoft Exchange

Deploy and Use the Splunk App for Microsoft Exchange

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Sample searches and dashboards

This topic lists searches that you can perform to confirm that Windows data has arrived at the indexer.

Search Windows data

To confirm that Windows data is present on the indexer, use the Search app:

1. Log into Splunk Enterprise on the indexer, if you have not already.

2. Load the Search app. In the system bar, select Apps > Search & Reporting. Splunk loads the Search app.

3. Try the following searches to confirm that data is present:

This search confirms that the Splunk Add-on for Windows is sending data to the indexer:

index=windows

If the user has used custom index in TA_windows, then the user must search with that index.

This search confirms that the Splunk Add-on for Windows has been installed properly on the deployment client named <host_name>:

index=windows host=<host_name>

Can't find the data?

Try the following:

  • Use Forwarder Management to confirm that the Splunk Add-on for Windows has been deployed to your deployment clients.
  • Confirm that you have enabled Windows inputs in the Splunk Add-on for Windows. If not, make changes and deploy the app again.
  • Refer to the Troubleshooting manual for additional help.
Last modified on 08 October, 2018
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This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® App for Microsoft Exchange: 3.5.0, 3.5.1, 3.5.2, 4.0.0, 4.0.1, 4.0.2, 4.0.3


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