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Logging events under Application and Services Logs

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Created by Jason Dee, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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Overview

This article provides information if you would like to log events from any log in the Application and Services Logs tree in Event Viewer.

Environment

All versions of LEM

Steps

Each individual log file in that tree technically requires its own connector in order for LEM to parse its events. Several of these logs are currently supported and you will find a connector with the same name as the log itself in your node's connectors list.

 

For any log that isn't currently listed, we can create a new connector if you are able to raise a case with SolarWinds Support and provide the following items:

  • Log name
  • Path to the log in Event Viewer
  • Log path to the file the events are stored in (found by right-clicking the log, going to Properties, and looking at the Log path field)
  • A sample log file. You can send us the log located at the Log path you found above or export specific events in Event Viewer by filtering and clicking Save All Events As under the Actions pane.

 

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