i saved an eventlog with display information on a computer. now i want to open this file on another computer with full event description. in my understanding this information should be saved in the LocalMetaData.mta file but i don't know how to use this file. how can i "import" the .mta file in order to get full eventlog description on the other computer?
If your MS Exchange Server resides on Windows Server 2008 OS, then you seem to be a lucky guy. I've just tried to right-click on Application log and chose "Save All Events As..." option. Then I specify xml as output format. Then you have an option to export or not to export Display Information. Click Save to save.
Unfortunately, no possibility to save as xml on Windows Server 2003, only txt/csv.
Tried to connect to remote Event Viewer from W2k8 to W2k3 server, but still cannot export to xml.
If you want to find a specific event or view a subset of events.... you can either search the log, or you can apply a filter to the log data as usual u must have done it .. u can follow the given link for detail Microsoft support
either u can go for a third party tool which will generate a comprehensive report for any critical event which u want to monitor also this will be able to create a real time alert by mail go for any third party freeware tool.