Event Log Event:1100

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System » Event Log Event:1100

Event ID 1100 – The Event Logging Service Has Shut Down

Event ID 1100
Category Non Audit (Event Log)
Sub-category Other Events (Service Shutdown)
Type Success Audit
Description The event logging service has shut down

Whenever a Windows Event Log service is shut down, event ID 1100 is logged. While this event is also triggered during a normal system shutdown, emergency system resets do not trigger event ID 1100.

Why does event ID 1100 need to be monitored?

  • To track system shutdowns and restarts
  • To monitor for malicious activity where a user tries to shut down the Log Service to hide their own identity

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Event 1100 applies to the following operating systems:

  • Windows 2008 R2 and 7
  • Windows 2012 R2 and 8.1
  • Windows 2016 and 10