How to Change the Default Event Viewer Log File Location
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 216169 The Windows NT Event Viewer tool maintains three log files containing the System, Application, and Security event messages. However, the Event Viewer tool may not be able to write event messages to one of these log files if there is no disk
HOW TO: Clear the Windows 2000 Event Logs
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 315147 -
This step-by-step article describes how to clear the Windows 2000 Event Logs. With Windows 2000 Event Logs, you can monitor events that are related to applications, security, and system
How to Configure Event Log Replication in Windows 2000 Cluster Servers
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 224969 By default, when Clustering is installed on Windows 2000 Advanced Server or Windows 2000 Datacenter servers, events that are logged in the event log of one node in the cluster are also shown in the event log of the other nodes.
HOW TO: Configure the Size and Behavior of Event Viewer Logs in Windows 2000
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 320121 - This step-by-step article describes how to change the size and behavior of the event logs in Event
How To Delete Corrupt Event Viewer Log Files
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 172156 When you launch Windows NT Event Viewer, one of the following error messages may occur if one of the *.evt files is corrupt:
HOW TO: Enable and Apply Security Auditing in Windows 2000
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 300549 - This step-by-step instruction guide describes how to enable and apply Windows security
How to Enable Diagnostic Event Logging for Active Directory Services
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 220940 You can enable enhanced event logging for certain Windows 2000 services. This may be useful for debugging purposes. This logging is set to disabled by default because the amount of data that can be logged can quickly fill the event log.
How to Enable Kerberos Event Logging
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 262177 - Windows 2000 offers the capability of tracing detailed Kerberos events through the event log mechanism. You can use this information when you troubleshoot Kerberos. This article describes how to enable Kerberos event logging.
How to Enable User Environment Event Logging in Windows 2000
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 186454 This article describes how to enable the user environment event logging features available in Windows
HOW TO: Move Event Viewer Log Files to Another Location
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 315417
- This step-by-step article describes how to move Windows 2000 Event Viewer log files to another location on the hard
HOW TO: Use the Event Logging Utility
(Logevent.exe) to Create and Log©Custom Events in Event Viewer
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 315410 -
This step-by-step article describes how to use the Event Logging utility (Logevent.exe) to create and to log custom events to the Application Log of Event Viewer. Logevent.exe is included in the Windows 2000 Resource Kit.
can start Logevent.exe by using either the command prompt or a
batch file, and you can use the tool to create entries in the
Application Log of either a local or a remote Windows 2000-based
How to View Saved Directory Service, DNS Server, and File Replication Service Event Logs from Another Windows 2000-Based Computer
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 235427 - Windows 2000 Event Viewer includes three new event logs:
Introducing the NT Security Log
Learn how to get the most benefits out of your NT security log. Source: Windows & .NET Magazine (March 2000)
Interpreting the NT Security Log
To use the Security Log, you need to understand three of the most important categories of security events: logon and logoff, object access, and process tracking. Source: Windows & .NET Magazine (April 2000)
Turning Off Print Job Logging in the System Log
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 115841 - By default, Windows NT and Windows NT Advanced Server log every print job processed by the server in the System Log. This article explains how to disable that logging.