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Error: the security log on this system is full.

Posted on 2006-07-15
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Windows XP SP2
DHCP network

Error: the security log on this system is full.

The security setting the default: maximum log size 512 kb, overwrite events older than 7 days.

I don't want to enter the adm. password everytime an user try to login and clear the security log. What can i do to solve this problem for good?
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You have few options.

You can increase the size of security log.

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/topics/serversecurity/tcg/tcgch06n.mspx

You can overwrite events earlier, but reducing the number of days to retrain from 7 to a lower number.

Or you can investigate why is it getting filled up, are you logging too many events that you do not need? Review the log to find out.
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You can increase the size of the logs to 100MB/102400kb (or a max of 400mb/419424KB).  But you should see what is beeing logged; if the items are serious enough, they should be addressed.  If its just a lot of 'junk' and the potential for attempts to compromise the XP is minimal, you can probably keep it about this config 100mb with overwrites for events older than 7 days.  On a normal machine that should be more than ample space to contain 7 days worth of logs.

Regards,
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darn! SSDD (same solution different dialogbox)
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