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Event Log properties

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View and edit event log properties using the Event Log view mini toolbar or context menu. The Event Log Properties window displays the location and file name of the selected log, provides its size settings, and defines its filtering parameters.

To modify an event log's size settings:

  1. In the Event Log view, click image\ebx_-1809626496.jpg.

  2. In the Display Name field, select the event log you want to modify.

  3. In the Log Size section, enter or select a size in the Maximum Log Size field.

  4. Under When maximum log size is reached, select one of the following:

    • Overwrite Events as Needed

    • Overwrite Events Older than XX Days

    • Do Not Overwrite Events (Clear Log Manually)

  5. Click OK.

To define the filtering parameters for an event log:

  1. In the Event Log view, click .

  2. In the Display Name field, select the event log you want to modify.

  3. In the Event Types section, select the types of events you want to see.
  4. If applicable, select or enter a filter value in any of the following fields:

    • Event Source

    • Category (only applicable if you specify an Event Source)

    • Event ID

    • User

    • Computer

  5. In the From and To fields, specify a start and end time for the log to display.
  6. Click OK.

For information about how to apply event log filters, see Event Log filtering.

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