Submit a ticketCall us

Cloud Workloads: Meet Your New Hybrid IT Reality
Have you found yourself in that evolving, hybrid IT grey area and wondering if cloud workloads are now part of your purview? And if so, will monitoring cloud workloads require a new set of dedicated cloud monitoring tools? Your answers: yes, they should be, and no, they don’t.

Find out how SolarWinds® Server & Application Monitor (SAM) can help you monitor your cloud workloads side by side with your on-premises workloads. Register Now.

Home > Success Center > Storage Manager (STM) > SRM Profiler Administrator Guide > Using rules > Creating a new rule > Windows Event Log rules

Windows Event Log rules

Table of contents
No headers

Updated: June 16, 2017

Windows Event Log rules allow you to receive alerts whenever an event takes place. After the rule is created, you must 'Push' the policy to begin receiving alerts.

To enable a Windows Event Log Rule:

  1. Ensure that Event log monitoring is enabled.
  2. Go to Settings > Rules and add a new Windows Event Log rule.
  3. Go to Settings > Policies and add the rule to the policy that the Windows host(s) belongs to:
  4. Rule Name

    The name of the Windows Event Logs rule.

    Event Log

    The log file you wish to monitor (Application, System).

    Event Source

    The type of event in the event log you wish to monitor.

    Event ID

    The event ID you wish to monitor.

    Record and Notify

    The types of events you would like to either record or be notified on.

 
Last modified

Tags

Classifications

Public