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Generate custom event logs?

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I need to "manufacture" some event log messages for a training material i am preparing. Is there a clever util that lets you generate completely custom events? I need to mimic the errors one of our softwares could possible generate?
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logevent.exe from the W2k resource Kit might work for you:
How To Use the Event Logging Utility (Logevent.exe) to Create and Log Custom Events in Event Viewer in Windows 2000
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=315410
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SOrry, i have forgotten to grade this. :)
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