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Figure 14-19 Your filter will sort events by date and time
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6 Select between By Log and By Source By Log allows you to use a combo list box to select the log you wish to target By Source allows you to specify the application or technology provider, such as the NET Framework 7 In the Event IDs field, type the event IDs that you want your custom view to display: Separate multiple event IDs by commas To provide a range of IDs, hyphenate the range, as in 1000-2000 If you want your filter to display events with all IDs except certain ones, type the IDs of those exceptions, preceded by a minus sign
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8 In the Task Category field, select the check boxes next to the task categories in the drop-down list that you want included in the custom view This drop-down list is only enabled if there are categories available for the log or source you chose in step 6 9 In the Keywords field, click the check boxes next to the keywords in the dropdown list that you want included in the custom view 10 In the User section, enter the name(s) of the user accounts on whose behalf the event is posted that you wish to qualify events against Enter multiple users by separating them with a comma 11 In the Computer(s) section, enter the name(s) of the computers that you want your custom view to include Enter multiple computers by separating them with a comma 12 Click the OK button to launch the Save Filter To Custom View dialog box This is shown in Figure 14-20 13 In the Save Filter To Custom View dialog box, type a name for the custom view 14 In the Description field, type a description of the custom view (this is optional)
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Figure 14-20 Organize your custom views as you save them
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15 Select the folder in which you want to store the custom view Custom views can be stored in the Custom Views folder or in any subfolder of the Custom Views folder You create new subfolders in the Custom Views folder by clicking the New Folder button 16 You can make the custom view accessible to either anyone using the computer or only to someone logged on to your current user account: To save the custom view and make it accessible to anyone using the computer, ensure that the All Users check box is selected, and click OK To save the custom view and make it accessible only to someone logged on to your current account, ensure that the All Users check box is not selected, and click OK
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You can also modify a custom view by editing the XML query directly Before you save the custom view, click the XML tab at the top of the Create Custom View dialog box, click the Edit Query Manually check box, and then click OK in response to the warning dialog box This is shown in Figure 14-21
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You can configure a task to run when a specific event occurs You have to provide the event definition and assign the text using the Event Viewer interface The task object is a new Task Scheduler job that gets posted to the Event Viewer folder in the Task Scheduler Library The task is run on demand as the event you wish to track is posted to the Vista event logs To run a task in response to an event:
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Figure 14-21 You can modify a custom view using the XML tab
NOTE This can also be set up using Group Policy and distributed across all your organizations computers 1 Launch the Event Viewer by clicking the Start button, typing EventVwr into the Search field, and pressing the ENTER key 2 In the console tree, navigate to the log that contains the event you want to associate with a task 3 Right-click the event and select Attach Task To This Event 4 Perform each step presented by the five-page Create Basic Task Wizard: a In the first page of the wizard, provide a name and description for the event-task association, and click Next b In the When an Event Is Logged page, note the details of the event, and click Next
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