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Syslog Server?

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Hello,

We need to review a 3rd party product which will allow us to set up a dedicated server to act as a Syslog server for all of our W2K servers.  Does anyone know of any products?  Basically, to be in compliace with laws like GLB and Sarbanes Oxley, we want to set up a centralized syslog which we can go back and audit off of.

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Kiwi Syslog.  http://www.kiwisyslog.com

There's a freeware version and a shareware one.
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