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Security Events (Logon/Logoff) not visible in WMI

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I need to read the WMI for successful logons/logoff of a pc (local)

The settings to catch those events are turned on. In the Logevent the events are visible but if I connect to WMI there's no entry stored for Logfile Security in Win32_NTLogEvent
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