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Retrieving the Windows Event Log

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Hi,

Does anybody know an easy way to capture the windows event log?

I could just write some script that opens the console and saves it using the standard AUTOIT functions but I thought there might be a way of doing it without actually having to drive it through GUI commands.

Is there?

Any help would be much appreciated.

Cheers.

Steve

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Hi,

Does anybody know an easy way to capture the windows event log?

I could just write some script that opens the console and saves it using the standard AUTOIT functions but I thought there might be a way of doing it without actually having to drive it through GUI commands.

Is there?

Any help would be much appreciated.

Cheers.

Steve

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You could use the EventQuery.vbs that is already part of winblows or PsLogList utility by Sysinternals or EVENTCOMBMT or "dumpel" utility from winblows resource kit.

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You could use the EventQuery.vbs that is already part of winblows or PsLogList utility by Sysinternals or EVENTCOMBMT or "dumpel" utility from winblows resource kit.

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Thanks for the response.

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