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Category: Network Tools|Misc. Networking Tools
Developer: SpectorSoft Corporation
|Features: Receive, consolidate, and monitor syslog messages. Group computers by logical groups. Display event log entry data as HEX, ASCII, or Unicode. Automatically refreshes the current view with when new entries are downloaded. Fully customizable HTML output and email content. Automatically archives event log repository. Sends email notification when downloads fail. Supports multiple Active Directory connections. Modify Windows Event Log properties (maximum size and overwrite policy) Supports SMTP authentication.|
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