When troubleshooting problems or investigating potential security breaches, the Windows event log is a great place to start. Windows provides an extensive list of various event logs grouped by a provider with a sometimes staggering number of events recorded within. With all of these events being recorded, it’s hard to figure out what’s going on. […]
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When an operating system crashes, a server stops responding to ping, or a simple PowerShell DSC configuration needs to be debugged, where’s the first place a sysadmin goes? The event log. The Windows event log records a wealth of information. Let’s see how we can automate log reviews.