Windows 7 - A shortcut to rapidly access the Event Viewer
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A Faster Way Of Accessing The Windows Event Viewer (XP ...
A Faster Way Of Accessing The Windows Event Viewer ... If you frequently access the console you may want to create a shortcut to the Event Viewer on your desktop, ...
How can I add a shortcut to Event Viewer - TechRepublic
Right click on the desktop and select New, Shortcut and copy and paste the contents of Target: Click Next and type in a name for the shortcut. < EDIT to add, and ...
Application Event Log shortcut?
I am using the Visual Studio 2005 install builder. Is it possible to add a shortcut for the Application Event log on the target machine to a folder that our install ...
REQ: command to go direct to application event viewer ...
Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general,microsoft.public.windowsxp.customize I use this command in a shortcut to invoke the Event Viewer.
Windows event viewer run command
Event viewer can be opened from Run command by executing eventvwr.Snapshot of event viewer. Related posts:Get events data from windows command line
Start Event Viewer [Longhorn] - technet.microsoft.com
The Event Viewer is a Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in. You can start Event Viewer by adding the snap-in to MMC or by double-clicking the snap-in file ...
System Event Viewer Tips - technet.microsoft.com
Although Event Viewer is a Microsoft® Windows® operating system tool, and not a Microsoft Exchange Server tool, Event Viewer is useful when ...
Event viewer command line (CMD)
Run event viewer from command line and get events information from command prompt using eventquery.vbs.
Event Viewer in Windows | www.winhelp.us
How to use Event Viewer for logging and tracking user actions in Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10
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