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I am trying to extract logins from the security logs on a win2k3 domain controller. I have tried a few applications to make this easier, but none of them were to my specs. What is everyone using for this? I would like to see if there is something out there I havent looked at yet.

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What are your specs, that the log parsers that you have tried so far did not meet your expectations?

What are you looking from log parser?

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If you just need logins and the logs appear in a uniform format, you can probably just write a simple perl script to do the extractions for you. If you can post an example of a log I might be able to help more...
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Snare (free) http://www.intersectalliance.com/projects/index.html , and or GFI's SELM http://www.gfi.com/lanselm/ 
If you don't have a syslog server or a linux box around give Kiwi a try http://www.kiwisyslog.com/index.php
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