Enter the event id in the field above. For better results specify the event source as well.
Monitoring Windows event logs involves more than just getting a list of events that happened on a computer. As the applications grow more complex their logging tend to increase exponentially. Those that kept an eye on the differences between Windows XP and Windows 7 may have noticed that the logs are now flooded with a mirriad of log entries, making the task of reading the logs quite difficult. The natural reaction of a (usually overworked) system administrator is to ignore them and only look for errors when something goes wrong with that particular system. Well, there are other ways to make the monitoring more efficient. Enter EvLog 2, a tool developed by the www.eventid.net engineers, designed to keep the event logs under control. See EvLog2win7-2013-04-15 as an example of report created by our software.
What are the benefits of using EvLog 2? Here is a list of the goodies that the admins get by deploying EvLog 2:
Web-based reports, advanced filtering, flexible scheduling, reports by email, backup of event logs, customizable reports, low foot-print, and so on.
We are happy to present Evvy, the EvLog Artificial Intelligence module! Once enabled, Evvy will start to collect statistics about the events recorded on your computer. In other words, Evvy learns about what the computer is analyzing and uses that to make some educated guesses.
Evvy is able to detect when "something happened", when things are not normal, and when improvements are necessary to make the reporting information more relevant. As it is the case with any intelligent entity, Evvy will get smarter as EvLog evolves and more analysis are performed. In time, Evvy will be able to detect patterns in the logs and do some of the thinking for the overworked system admins of the world!
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