These settings pertain to the directory where the user program will write its log files for the user’s migration session. The first two radio-button options are mutually exclusive:
Store log files locally: Tells the user program to write its log files to the user’s local “temp” directory.
Store log files in a shared directory: Tells the user program to write its log files to a particular shared directory, which you must specify in the accompanying text box. Use the Browse (“...”) button to locate and specify the path, or just type it into the text box. You can enter a drive letter or a UNC path.
If the Browse feature for Log files does not display the location you need to specify (but you know that it exists): This is an unlikely scenario, but chances are you simply are not authenticated in the domain to which you have browsed. To correct this problem, right-click the target computer and select Explore, and then enter your administrator userID and password at the prompt. You may then return to the Browse feature and select the computer you need to browse.
Include debug logging: Tells the user program to log its activities in the more verbose, more explicit “debug” style. If a user encounters a problem with the installation package and you can’t diagnose the problem by reviewing the default-style log entries, the more verbose debug-style logging may provide enough additional information to help you or your associates solve the problem. This option is off by default.