Hey, Scripting Guy! I have been using a scheduled job and a Windows PowerShell script to archive our event logs to .evt files. When I need to check something, I need to import the .evtx file in to Event Viewer so that I can search the file. This is a bit cumbersome, and I would like to find a better way to do this. What I really wish is that I could query the .evtx file in the same way that I query a live event log. I think I can use LogParser to query the .evtx file, but I do not know what is up with that. It is more than six years old, and I hate to be dependent on something that is not in the operating system.
When I use the FilterHashTable parameter, I need to specify the provider, log, and other information via the hash table itself. To retrieve only Outlook event log entries from my saved application log, I specify the path to the log and the ProviderName key values in the hash table. Because the saved log is an application event log, I do not need to specify a value for the LogName key. The path to the saved log is the location (including the file name) of the stored log. The ProviderName key is the source of the events. The following command lists all events from the Outlook provider on my computer.
you can use utilities from technet to read your dump file and it will usually show you if any drivers or which ones caused the issue. then you can reference the event id as mentioned to find out any solution.s
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The Automatic Root Certificates Update component is designed to automatically check the list of trusted authorities on the Microsoft Windows Update Web site. Specifically, there is a list of trusted root certification authorities (CAs) stored on the local computer. When an application is presented with a certificate issued by a CA, it will check the local copy of the trusted root CA list. If the certificate is not in the list, the Automatic Root Certificates Update component will contact the Microsoft Windows Update Web site to see if an update is available. If the CA has been added to the Microsoft list of trusted CAs, its certificate will automatically be added to the trusted certificate store on the computer.
You can enable auditing for logon events using the reference at -us/library/cc787567(WS.10).aspx. This will enable the server administrator to monitor failed logon attempts to see if someone is trying to brute-force a password. 2b1af7f3a8