List of event id's

Hi all

Im in need of a list of all event ids on a 2000 server. Anyone got any idea??

Much appreciated!

K
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agt-itAsked:
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DVation191Commented:
agt-it,
Getting a list would be quite long, however this site has every event I've ever needed to look up:
http://eventid.net/ 

agt-itAuthor Commented:
Dude thanks for trying but I need a full list as opposed to searching for a particular event.


agt-itAuthor Commented:
To be more specific I'm in need of all hardware related event-ids.
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DVation191Commented:
They actually do have a list if you really want it:
http://eventid.net/events.asp
You need to be a subscriber though: http://eventid.net/subscription.asp 3-Months/$9

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agt-itAuthor Commented:
Thats Ideal...but do you know of anywhere where I could get it for free?

If nobody can answer after a few days I'll sort you out with the points ;0)

agt-itAuthor Commented:
do you know of any site that splits up the id eg Hardware related, software etc ???

DVation191Commented:
No, I don't...sorry.
anil_uCommented:
Try this, this will be the most up-to-date
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/support/ee/ee_advanced.aspx
agt-itAuthor Commented:
Hey Anil

This is a good site but its not what im looking for.

Looking for something that will give me hardware related Ids

Maybe something similar to the above site, but when I type in say hardware it will produce a relevant id's

?
sunilcomputerCommented:
Some programs that may help you

http://www.sysinternals.com:80/Files/TcpView.zip
http://www.sysinternals.com/Files/FilemonNt.zip
http://www.sysinternals.com/Files/RegmonNt.zip

Above tools are Open Source and you can get the free source code and a lot of useful stuff from :-
www.sysinternals.com

If above tools do not solve your problem, you can just modify their code according to the requirement. The only thing I can say is They are really wonderful
agt-itAuthor Commented:
Hi sunilcomputer/all

Had a look at these apps....not sure if they can help me. And I'm not into the whole code rearranging thing!

Ok basically I have this app that reports back to me according to event id's that are produced. At the moment I got event-id's stored in it from past event-id's that have previously come up.
What I need is a list of all hardware related event-ID's to plug into this app because at the moment I have no alerts if there are hardware events arise.

I've increased the points to 300!! Please somebody....help!!!

Cheers!

sunilcomputerCommented:
According to my search there is no list of all the event ID's available online.
Just consult MSDN or write it to microsoft and see if they respond.
agt-itAuthor Commented:
Hi all

I've managed to find a program that can open the dll files that hold all the event id's on a machine. (messageparser.exe, found on eventid.net) however....

does anyone know where I can find a description of the source of an event?

Cheers

K
agt-itAuthor Commented:
Really appreciate that mate :o)
DVation191Commented:
Not only is that PDF not even close to being a complete list of event ids (and not even a complete list of hardware related id's) but they are all HP specific. Is that really what you are looking for??
agt-itAuthor Commented:
The server I am concerned about is a HP so although it is not an exhausive list, much of them may be used.
sunilcomputerCommented:
This is all I can do for u
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