Cisco ACS: How to send all radius and tacacs auth information to syslog

When I look at Splunk - where I send my Cisco ACS 5.4 syslog output - I see a record of actions I've done on ACS. But I'm not seeing the TACACS records when I log into various network devices. I can see the tacacs records if I go to Monitoring and Reports section of ACS. How can I view in syslog?
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amigan_99Network EngineerAsked:
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arnoldCommented:
Please clarify your request, do you want logon events forwarded to syslog as well?
The link might address it where you specify which events you want logged ...
Another option you could setup snmptrap and send snmptraps to it with events ...
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arnoldCommented:
You could log the events on the server where nps is running.
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amigan_99Network EngineerAuthor Commented:
Thank you
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