RE: Logs from WinNT/2k and Eventlog.plFrom: Alex Elger (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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From: "Alex Elger" <email@example.com> To: "Mendoza Bazan, Luis - (Per)" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Tue, 12 Mar 2002 09:55:50 -0000
Are you outputting them to a text file?
if so you could do
at the end of your script (Via a batch file)
REM Batch Start
REM Batch End
The reason that you use the >> rather than the > is because ">>" appends to
the last line of the text file.
Use the "at" or scheduler service to schedule the automated log dump.
Hope that this is of some help
I am finding a procedure of automatize the record of logs from Windows
servers. I know that the Eventlog.pl tool can, but I don't know a procedure
that, with this tool, I can save the eventviewer log with the date and
execute this procedure through a schedule.
Someone know how make this please?
> Luis Mendoza
> * email@example.com
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