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Fwd: Centralizing Event Viewer Logs 2008-01-31
Cristino (cristinohb gmail com)
Hi,

Try http://eventlog-monitor.info

2008/1/31, William M. Ryan <wmr02 (at) health.state.ny (dot) us [email concealed]>:
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> Earlier in my search for an event management solution I found one that
> seemed to meet my requirements so I downloaded a 30 day eval. It worked
> great on my local servers so after a while I tried

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Re: RE: Centralizing Event Viewer Logs 2008-01-30
portknock gmail com
Also try TNT Software's ELM Log Manager.

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RE: Centralizing Event Viewer Logs 2008-01-29
Ron Johnson - Adhost (ron adhost com) (2 replies)
Thanks for all the quick input folks. I will definitely look into each
solution.

-Ron

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RE: Centralizing Event Viewer Logs 2008-01-30
Starks, Brad (BStarks co marin ca us) (1 replies)
RE: Centralizing Event Viewer Logs 2008-01-31
William M. Ryan (wmr02 health state ny us)
RE: Centralizing Event Viewer Logs 2008-01-29
S D Fisher (fuzzlecat comcast net)
Centralizing Event Viewer Logs 2008-01-29
Ron Johnson - Adhost (ron adhost com) (2 replies)
Hello List:

I was looking into options that will allow us to centralize Event Viewer
Logs in an Active Directory domain - can anyone recommend any software
for this? It would be great if we could find a piece of software that
does just this - not a full blown enterprise security solution that
cost$

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RE: Centralizing Event Viewer Logs 2008-01-30
Wayne S. Anderson (wfrazee wynweb net) (2 replies)
RE: Centralizing Event Viewer Logs 2008-01-31
Lars Berntzon (Lars Berntzon xelerated com)
RE: Centralizing Event Viewer Logs 2008-01-30
Wayne S. Anderson (wfrazee wynweb net)
RE: Centralizing Event Viewer Logs 2008-01-29
James Winzenz (James Winzenz Pulte com)
Under the hood question about Remote Desktop Connection 2008-01-24
Wozny, Scott (swozny mhtny com) (2 replies)
Doing some poking around in the list archives and some sites on the net, I
see how one can require remote connections to use 128-bit RC4 encryption. 
Setting aside the debate on whether or not this algorithm qualifies as
secure or insecure, this is a symmetric algorithm.  As sending the key in
the c

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RE: Under the hood question about Remote Desktop Connection 2008-01-25
Wayne S. Anderson (wfrazee wynweb net) (1 replies)
RE: Under the hood question about Remote Desktop Connection 2008-01-27
Miha Pihler (Miha Pihler snt si)
Re: Under the hood question about Remote Desktop Connection 2008-01-25
Jørgen Hovelsen (jorgen hovelsen ntnu no)
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RE: FTP on IIS 2008-01-23
Ken Schaefer (Ken adOpenStatic com)
Hi,

"Shared Configuration" is a feature that lets you store the central applicationHost.config file in a central location (e.g. network share) for multiple IIS 7.0 servers to reference.

It has nothing to do with web content directories per se.

Cheers
Ken

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RE: FTP on IIS 2008-01-23
Jim Harrison (Jim isatools org)
What?!? You don't have WS08 Hypervisor running on your laptop to provide you with a 2-inch-thick portable data center?

..and I thought so highly of you before now...
:-p

Jim

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Re: FTP on IIS 2008-01-22
lauren malhoit tylertech com
Thanks for all of the great replies on the FTP/IIS question! I'm still sifting through them. I did find a pretty good explanation off IIS 6.0 through the redmond site if anyone is interested. It's the Step-by-Step Mega Guide for IIS 6.0.

http://mcpmag.com/techlibrary/download/getdownloads.asp

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