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Re: Network event viewer
From: Raoul Armfield <armfield () amnh org>
Date: Fri, 05 Oct 2007 13:49:53 -0400

Thanks but I am looking for something for windows. I do not mind a linux backend (syslog) but the logs I am need to consolidate are windows eventlogs. You would think that MS would have included this capability in their servers right?


Joey Boyer wrote:
You may want to look into Nagios.


FOSS, works great for us.


On 10/5/07, * TVB NOC* <tvbnoc () temeculavalleybank com <mailto:tvbnoc () temeculavalleybank com>> wrote:

    I have a product I am testing right now made by a company called
    Adventnet. The product is called Event Log Analyzer, so far it has been
    a decent solution, it also provides SOX compliance reports as well.

    www.adventnet.com <http://www.adventnet.com>

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    Subject: Network event viewer

    We are looking into a low cost easy to setup software that will
    consolidate the eventlogs of our servers in one location.   I found a
    product called Network Event Viewer by a company called Corner Bowl
    Software.  You can direct the eventlogs into a SQL database and also you

    can have it send emails based on criteria you specify.  So far I am just

    saying basically what the webpage says.  I was wondering if any of you
    have experience using this product and what your thoughts are?  If you
    have additional suggestions on low cost solutions I would be happy to
    entertain them as well.


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