Win2003 has a trick to quickly view the system log


System logs are information that records hardware, software, and system issues in the system, as well as events that occur in the system. Users can use it to check the cause of the error, or to find the traces left by the attacker when attacked, record every detail of the Windows system operation, and play a vital role in the stable operation of Windows. Once the server fails, the administrator can check the Windows logs in the server to find out the cause of the failure.

In general, the network management is to view the log records locally, because the current LAN size is compared. Large, so the network administrator can not stay next to the server every day. Once away from the server, it is difficult for the network administrator to know the running status of the server system in time, and the maintenance work will be affected. Now, using the Web access interface function provided by Windows Server 2003 (referred to as Windows 2003) can solve this problem, allowing the network administrator to remotely view the log records of the Windows 2003 server.

Remote logging of Windows 2003 server logs is very simple. In the remote client (Windows 98/2000/XP/2003 system can be used), run IE browser, enter "lds; https:##Win2003 server IP address: 8098" in the address bar, such as “https:##192.168 .0.1:8098”. In the login dialog box that pops up, enter the administrator's username and password, and click the “OK” button to log in to the web access interface management interface. Then click on the “Maintenance” link in the “Welcome” dialog box, switch to the “Maintenance” page, and then click the “Log” link to go to the log management page. In the log management page, administrators can view, download, or clear windows 2003 server logs.

On the log management page, you can list all log categories of the Windows 2003 server, such as application logs, security logs, system logs, and web management logs.

Viewing a certain kind of log record is very simple. For example, if you look at the Web management blog, click the “Web Management Log” link to enter the log view page and select the log file to be viewed in the log file list box. And then click on the "View Logs" button on the right to view the details in the Web Administration Logging.

Clearing a log file is also very simple. After selecting the log file, click the “Clear” button. If you feel that remote viewing of the log is inconvenient and you want to view it on your local machine, you can download the log file to your local hard drive. Select a log file, then click the “download log” button, click the “Save” button in the pop-up "File Download" dialog box and specify the storage path.

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