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How to sent ESEUTIL /P log to output file?

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How to sent ESEUTIL /P log to output file?
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It logs by default, the file it logs to is called "database.integ.raw" you can open this with word or notepad to view.
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Can I deletete it at the end?
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yes
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Correctly said dud386. The RAW file can be found at the storage group path [system path]

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Thanks!
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