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    momaydopod
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    I need to analyze log of windows server ,

    System Center Operations Manager (monitors environment) can or cannot analyze .

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    Ossian
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    #191193

    SCOM collects events and logs them, but a lot depends on what sort of
    a) Analysis you want to do
    b) How many machines
    c|) How often?

    I have used GFI EventManager in the past, but not for a few years.
    I have also done DIY exporting logs with PowerShell and loading into Excel (using macros)

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    manikandan_p
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    Ossian;n505352 wrote:
    SCOM collects events and logs them, but a lot depends on what sort of
    a) Analysis you want to do
    ANS : I need to see critical event only
    b) How many machines
    ANS : 50 machines
    c|) How often?
    ANS : report to per week

    I have used GFI EventManager in the past, but not for a few years.
    I have also done DIY exporting logs with PowerShell and loading into Excel (using macros)

    a) Analysis you want to do
    ANS : I need to see critical event only
    b) How many machines
    ANS : 50 machines
    c|) How often?
    ANS : report to per week

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    Ossian
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    #191194

    For A, I suppose I really meant “what do you want to do with the events you collect (e.g. summarise, archive….)

    Do you have a budget for this – if so, I would go with the GFI product (http://www.gfi.com/products-and-solutions/network-security-solutions/gfi-eventsmanager)
    If not, powershell and Excel will do what you need – how are your macro skills?

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