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Shutting down a Win 2008 Server

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Where can I take a look at the log that is created when shutting down a Win2008 Server.  When I shutdown the server, I'd like to view the reasons I have to shut it down in the past.




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Krzysztof Pytko earned 500 total points
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Try in Windows Logs -> System under Server Manager console

and look for event ID 1074

there will be all restart information with reqsons (if you didn't disable on your 2008 Shutdown Event Tracker)

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Krzysztof
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