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How do I log restarts and shutdowns in event manager.

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I have a W2K enivorment and I want know how to log restarts and shutdowns in the event manager.
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Restarts and Shutdowns in Windows 2000 are not logged, as they are in Windows 2003. You can use an eventwriter in a script which would run at login and at loggoff to take the username and log an event for each. If you do not find a better solution, I can give you the details.

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Could you please give us an update as to the question, and/or close it please. Thank You ;)

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