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6 If your system has a wireless NIC, you can launch the Windows Network Diagnostics tool to create an event with an event ID of 6100 with the following steps: a Click Start, right-click Network, and select Properties to launch the Network and Sharing Center b On the Network and Sharing Center, click Diagnose and Repair c Follow the wizard to complete the diagnostics 7 Click the Filter Current Log again In the text box that currently has <All Event IDs> in it, change it to 6100 Clear the Critical, Error, and Warning check boxes selected in the earlier step Click OK 8 You should now see the results from the Network Diagnostics tool Doubleclick the entry with the 6100 to open it up Your display should look similar to Figure 11-2 Notice that the text in the opened dialog box is the same as the text in the window below the list of events You should also notice that the information available in the event is significantly more than displayed by the Network Diagnostics tool
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Figure 11-2 Viewing the details of an event
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EXAM TIP The Diagnose and Repair link launches the Windows Network Diagnostics tool The results of Network Diagnostics are logged in the system log with the Event ID of 6100 The logged events will provide you with significantly more information than the Network Diagnostics tool provides
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9 Click the Clear Filter link in the Actions pane 10 Right-click the System log and select properties Note that this page shows the location of the log and some details on the log such as its size and when it was created, modified, and accessed You can also modify the maximum log size and how events are overwritten from here
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If you have events of interest to you, you can configure custom views Custom views can be created to include
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Specific time frames Specific event levels (such as Critical, Error, Warning, or Information) A Verbose setting to provide the highest level of detail in the logged events Specific logs (such as the system log) or specific sources (such as DiagnosticsNetworking)
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Once you decide on which event logs or which event sources you will include, you can also include specific event IDs, task categories, keywords, users, and computers Figure 11-3 shows the Create Custom View page You can access this page by clicking the Create Custom View link in the Actions pane In the figure, I ve selected Critical, Error, and Warning events using Verbose logging for all of the Windows logs Once you click OK on the Create Custom View page, you will be prompted to save the custom view with a name of your choice Once it is saved, you can select this view at any time just as if it is were a regular log You won t have to recreate the filter each time you want to view the data
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Forwarding Events
You can forward events to a central computer using Windows Vista The benefit of this is that instead of monitoring multiple computers, you can monitor just a single computer You configure subscriptions to forward events from one computer to another Computers involved in subscriptions are referred to as a either the collector or the source:
Collector All the events are received by the collector This computer is also referred to as a subscriber Source Events are generated on the source computer and forwarded to the collector
Event subscriptions have a couple of basic requirements First, the computers involved in the subscription need to be within a domain Second, the Windows Event Collector Service must be running If the Windows Event Collector Service isn t running and you try to work with subscriptions, you will be prompted to start it
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