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IpMonitor does not display Windows events in the Events table

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Updated October 10, 2018

Overview

The events table only displays ipMonitor events relating to the monitor status. It does not display the events captured by the Windows Event Log monitor.

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Steps

If you need to see a history of the events captured by the Windows Event Log monitor, create a Text Log action to record the Information Messages generated by the monitor. 

  1. Log in to ipMonitor.
  2. Click the Configuration tab.
  3. Click Alert List, and then click an alert.
  4. In the Add Action menu, click Text Log. 
  5. In the Action Name field, type:
    Text Log Action 
  6. In the File Name and Directory fields, type the file name and directory for the log file.
    For example:
    eventlog.txt
    C:\
  7. Check Send Information Messages, and then click OK.
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