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I'm having the same issue as the original poster and the log files are not there.
I even searched the entire drive including hidden and system folders, it is not on the drive anywhere. I think there may be a compatibility problem between the enterprise library text logging and clickonce. I finally resorted to doing a custom enterprise library handler and writing it out to a file myself.
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