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In Event Viewer:  The Security Log has only 1 entry.  Is that normal?

Posted on 2006-06-19
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Configuration:  Windows 2000 Server SP4 ( running Exchange Server 20000.

Question:  The Security Log has only 1 entry from June 8, 2006 (success audit).  Should it have more entries on a more frequent basis?  Today is June 19th.

I hope I placed this question is the correct queue:  I selected Windows 2000, instead of Windows Security.

Thanks for your help.
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this is normal :)  look under the properties of that log, filter tab, and check your settings, i only ever have one
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