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How do I configure my Event Logs so non-Administrators can read them and save them off?

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Greetings -

I have a request from some users regarding the Event Logs on a Windows Server 2003 box.  They'd like to be able to view the Event Logs and save them off to their machine for archival purposes.  Unfortunately, I'm yet to figure out how this can be done with the users being granted local administrative rights on the server.

What do I need to configure to make this happen?  Is it even possible?

Thanks.
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NICE!  Thanks for that!  I searched and search but didn't stumble on this post for some reason.  That should work for me...
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