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Problems saving/opening .evt files from Event viewer

Posted on 2007-11-28
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I saved the log files from Event viewer as .evt which was the recomeded file type to save them. Now when I attempt to open the file it does not work. What application opens these files. Is it just Event viewer?
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I found out how to open them but how can I automaticly get windows to open the file without first going into event viewer.
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You have to open event viewer and then open the file - that the way its done !
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