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    Eventlog to Syslog

    Hi guys

    Just need a couple of suggestions, have a syslog server set up and have tried a few eventlog to syslog clients which have not worked very well.

    Do any of you have some solid suggestions which might work quite well for us?

    Cheers!

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    Tried that one, worked fine on my Win7 machine as a test but installed it on a 2k3 server and it went a bit berko!

    You got any experiance with it Geoff?

    Cheers

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    I've had to edit the registry key for the service start location on some servers to make it work. But no issues other than that. See this bug report.

    Issue 54 - eventlog-to-syslog - eventlog-to-syslog install win server 2008 r2 x64 Note - Eventlog to Syslog Service for Windows (2k, XP, 2k3, 2k8+) - Google Project Hosting

    What is the problem?
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