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Does Windows 2003 Server have Dr. Watson log files?

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Does Windows 2003 Server have Dr. Watson log files?  We have a support group asking for our dr. watson logs on a win2k3 server however I'm not sure where to look.  I haven't seen Dr. Watson since 9x and NT4...  Probably because they were much less stable than the 2000 and 2003 but...

Anyobody know where I might look?

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 Windows 2000 includes version 5 of Dr Watson (DRWTSN32.EXE) which has relocated the log and user dump location to the %systemdrive%\Documents and Settings\All Users\Documents\DrWatson.

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