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Getting the most out of Event Viewer

, 17 May 2003 281.5K 2.3K 101
This article talks about basics of event logging followed by the implementation details of how we can log messages effectively by using a custom log-file, event sources and event categories. Finally, it mentions the usefullness of troubleshooting links in error messages.

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Manoj G
Web Developer
India India
I am a software developer and have worked on Microsoft technologies for about five years now. I have always been fascinated by Microsoft technologies and with the advent of .NET , this fascination has reached new heights. I take a lot of interest reading technical articles and equally enjoy writing them. I really like to be called a .NET junkie and will surely try to live up to this name Smile | :)

I am .NET MVP and have also completed MCAD, MCSD(VS 6), MCDBA (SQL Server 2000), MCSA (Win 2K) and MCTS (Distributed Apps) certfications.

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