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Hello I am new to admining and I am looking to find out where I can look a server's activity logs to spot potential problems? I am not sure  if I am asking this question right, but I should at least ask.
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The Event Logs - Look in Administrative tools for Event Log - you can also access it through Computer Management
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Thank you so much!!!
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