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Interpreting event log of Windows XP

I enabled auditing on a folder on a machine running Windows XP Embedded. Trying to read the security log (or any log for that matter), I get the following description for most events: The description ...
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The following boot-start or system-start driver(s) failed to load: Toslde

I got the following the error in Event Viwer in WinXP SP3 Pro OS. Also I've been using Compaq 610 notebook. Installed latest update. The following boot-start or system-start driver(s) failed to load: ...
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Windows print event (id20) occurring every time user prints

I have a relatively small network here with a print server, and only one user seems to have this problem. Every time he goes to print, this warning pops up despite having installed the proper drivers ...
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Log of installations in XP?

Does XP keep a log of application installations with version numbers of the installations? I would like to know when MSI based installations took place and what versions were installed.
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Network Services disabled (not starting) on Windows XP

I am currently running Windows XP Service Pack 3 on my system. But today, when I failed to connect to the internet, via a LAN cable, I realized that almost all of the vital network services had ...
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376 views

Use Task Scheduler to email Security Event log file?

In XP, how can I use the Task Scheduler to cause the Security Event log file to be emailed from a machine?
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How to determine whether computer is on Domain from event logs?

I have spent a short period of time in an office recently, and I was able to dump the event logs on to a USB drive. There are only XP Pro machines in the office. Is it possible that there is a ...
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XP: how to know whether someone 'woke up' computer?

I have been trying to connect all day via Teamviewer to a machine in a different town. Now it suddenly works. I think someone there may have walked by and moved the mouse to wake it up. What logs ...
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What do I have to change to allow a local XP computer to open the event log on a remote windows 7 Computer?

I want to open the event log of a Windows 7 SP1 computer remotely from a Windows XP SP3 computer. Both computers are on a domain, and the user has domain admin privilages. The firewall is turned off ...
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Open / Read .evt Files From Another Computer

I'd like to open and read Windows Event Log files. The files will be copied from a non-functioning install of Windows XP SP3 and I'd like to read them from a totally different install of Windows XP ...
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Track When Program Installed

Is it possible to set an audit policy to track when a program has been installed or uninstalled? Not using MSI installer at the moment.
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Using syslog to monitor stopped services on Win2k

I am using a central syslog server to capture event logs from Windows machines. I am specifically interested in monitoring Windows services. This works well under XP machines - each time a service ...
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XP SP2 Event log not logging events

I have a problem whereby a terminal appears not to be logging events correctly and occasionally appears to have problems communicating accross the network.The terminal has previously been infected ...
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WinXP- delete single entry in event log

Is there a way to delete a single event from the system event viewer in Windows XP?
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Event Viewer: atapi errors

Specs for Samsung N120 Netbook Atom N270 @ 1.60 GHz / 160 GB IDE HDD / 2 GB PC2-5300 DDR2 RAM / Windows XP Home SP3 So I'm still getting some atapi errors in my Event Viewer. Here are two atapi ...
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Several “SideBySide” errors in the event viewer (Windows XP SP3)

For some reason, my netbook continuously comes up with SideBySide errors in the event viewer under Computer Management. Is there some way to get rid of these errors? My netbook occasionally BSODs and ...
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A better alternative to Windows XP Event Viewer?

Is there one available?
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At what time did my Windows XP machine come out of hibernation?

I usually look at the event log to find out at what time I switched on my computer. I look for the entry saying "The Event Log service was started". I use this to record in-out times at office. These ...