Device - Problem Areas: Windows Event Log

This device problem areas report shows Windows events logged for the selected device during the time period displayed at the bottom of the report.

Note:In order for entries to be added to this report, the Windows Event Log listener must be enabled and a Windows Event passive monitor must be added to the device. For more information on the Windows Event Log listener, see Enabling the Windows Event Log Listener.

A Windows log event is a Windows Event Viewer entry monitored by WhatsUp Gold. This could be monitoring when a service is started or stopped, if there was a logon failure, or any other entry in the Windows Event Viewer.

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