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Network Event Viewer

Posted on Thursday, January 24 2008 @ 13:48:25 CET by

Network Event Viewer is a network wide event log monitoring, consolidation, auditing and reporting tool enabling System Administrators to satisfy Sarbanes-Oxley auditing requirements while proactively managing their networks.

Administrators can now monitor event logs in real-time.

In previous builds logical groups in the Configured Computers view were always expanded. When creating multiple logical groups with many computers, this view format was cumbersome. The behavior has been changed so the view is only expanded if a single logical group exists.

The Actions Wizard did not save the vertical resize bar location. This bug has been fixed.

The Actions Wizard now supports selecting and deleting multiple actions at the same time.

In previous builds the message box action did now force the message box to the top of the window order. This bug has been fixed.

In previous builds viewing the Properties Dialog for an available syslog caused an error to be thrown and the dialog would immediately close. This bug has been fixed.

In previous builds administrators were unable to set the remote log properties via the Properties Dialog due to a code obfuscation bug. This bug has been fixed.
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