• Active Directory
  • Application
  • Desktop & Mobile
  • Help Desk
  • Network
  • Server
  • IT Security
  • MSP
  • On-Demand
Device Management, made easy
Manage control and secure your workstations, mobile
devices and tablets
Help Desk for Everyone
IT Help Desk Software and Customer Support Software
Protect Your IT. Save Your Business
Build a secure fortress with our security management solutions
Manage services faster, with multi-tenanted, ITIL-ready, and unified RMM solutions
On-Demand Solutions
IT Help Desk, and Operations Management from the Cloud

Importing Event Logs

Importing Windows Event Logs

EventLog Analyzer allows you to import and generate reports on already collected or old Windows event log (.evt format) (type .evtx format supported in Windows Vista and 2008 machines only) files. Now, you can also import the saved Syslog files. The importing event log are invaluable in forensic analysis of already available log files and determining performance and usage statistics for a windows host which had already generated these logs.

Import Event Logs from Local or Remote Hosts

You can import Windows event log files to the EventLog Analyzer server from your machine (local host). You will be using HTTP protocol to import logs from the local machine. Also, you can import event log files from remote machines (remote hosts). You can import the logs from remote machines using FTP or SFTP protocol. You can schedule the import of logs periodically both from local and remote machines.

The type of event logs that can be imported and reported on includes Application, Security, System, Directory Service, DNS Server, or File Replication Service.

Customer Speaks
"Windows Event logs and device Syslogs are a real time synopsis of what is happening on a computer or network. EventLog Analyzer is an economical, functional and easy-to-utilize tool that allows me to know what is going on in the network by pushing alerts and reports, both in real time and scheduled. It is a premium software Intrusion Detection System application."
Jim Lloyd
Information Systems Manager
First Mountain Bank