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It seems you're asking for the more manual way. You can filter your Application or Security Log the way you want it to be exported (IE only show Errors, or for a specific time frame) then if you right click the Application log, you choose Save Filtered Log as. Choose CVS to open it in Excel. As @yagmoth555 pointed out. To export Error logs for the ...


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Powershell can export to csv, you could import it in Excel after. Get-EventLog -LogName Security -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue | Export-Csv output.csv Or use Export-XLSX PowerShell generate real Excel XLSX files without Excel and COM The rating seem good on it, thus look like correct. Export-XLSX Export PowerShell Objects to Excel .xlsx file without ...


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As confident and well-written as Joe's answer might be-- and I really wanted to believe him, I think he is wrong. I went back and carefully re-read the explanation of these GPO items. Its clear to me that the 'Retain security log' and the 'Retention method . . ' GPO items are clearly targeting EVENTS (individual line items IN a log), not the archived log ...


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When looking into this there seem to be two different things that can cause this problem. Your running sharepoint in which case the recommendation is to update sharepoint if possible or try and rebuild performance counters. There is some application that need to collect network performance data. To collect this data the account running this application ...



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