The log files stored on SSB can be accessed as a network share if needed using the Samba (CIFS) or Network File System (NFS) protocols. Sharing is controlled using policies that specify the type of the share and the clients (hosts) and users who can access the log files. Sharing is possible also if SSB is part of a domain.
If you manage SSB users locally, users who have SSB account can access the shared folders. Complete Sharing log files in standalone mode.
If you manage SSB users from LDAP, you must join SSB to your domain. Complete Sharing log files in domain mode.
For details on how to access the shared files, see Accessing shared files.
You can access logspaces (local, filtered, remote and multiple) through RPC API as well. For details on RPC API, see The SSB RPC API.