Displays the Application log entries for the MIIS 2003
server service on the selected server. You can also launch Event
Viewer for the selected server.
If you have specified Supply alternate credentials for
remote authentication on the Change Credentials page in Configuration Options, then the Event Viewer button
will be disabled. You must select Impersonate currently logged
on user for authentication to enable the Event Viewer.
The currently logged on user must be a member of the
Administrators group on the target server running Windows
Server 2003 to launch Event Viewer. Even though you may be
able to view the MIIS 2003 server service logs, if the currently
logged on user is not a member of the Administrators group on the
target server running Windows Server 2003, you cannot launch
the Event Viewer.
View events for the past X days
Select the range of days to view events. Events up to 10 days
old can be displayed.
The range of days is calculated from midnight of the current
day, not the current time. For example, if the current date and
time is May 21, 2:45 PM, and you select to view events from the
past 3 days, you will events from May 21, 20, and 19. You will not
see any events from May 18.
Event Viewer displays these types of events:
The date the event occurred.
The local time the event occurred.
The software that logged the event. When you use MIIS Event
Viewer, this is always MIIServer.
The event ID that identifies the particular event type.
The user name of the user on whose behalf the event
A description of the logged event.
A suggested remedy based on the selected event.
You can use the Swap button to alternate views of the
Description content and the Knowledge Base content.
To save event details, including the Description and Knowledge Base
content, you can select the Copy button above the
Description pane to copy the information to the clipboard,
or select the Save button above the event log pane, to save
the information to file.