As an domain administrator it's important to check your servers eventlogs daily.
This takes a lot of time, connecting to each server, and browsing application, system and security eventlogs, and a lot of them each day,
and newer remembering which old eventlogs you already examined.
With this program you can easily schedule a daily intranet-report (html) without duplicates, and only the eventlogs since last scheduled run.
It will send you an email with number of logs found since last time, and with a link to your intranet-report.
The intranet-report automatically links to www.microsoft.com/technet/support and www.eventid.net on each event-id and event-source found since last run
The reports are placed in subfolders for each year for easy history or deleting old unused logs.
Choose Application, System, Security, DirectoryService, DnsServer and/or FileReplService events
Choose Errors, Warnings, Information, AuditSuccess and/or AuditFailure
Choose silent run if you want to schedule W2kEventLogReport
Choose to create a report for each server, or one report with all servers
Choose unwanted events-id's, not to be shown in html-report
The html-report only shows one of each equal events
The html-report only shows events since last run of W2kEventLogReport
The html-report link each found event to www.eventid.net
Free install working unlimited 90 days!
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W2kEventLogReport is a free trial software application from the Other subcategory, part of the System Utilities category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2005-03-01. The program can be installed on Windows2000.
W2kEventLogReport (version 1.2.0) has a file size of 2.46 KB and is available for download from our website.
Just click the green Download button above to start. Until now the program was downloaded 171 times.
We already checked that the download link to be safe, however for your own protection we recommend that you scan the downloaded software with your antivirus.