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Disable Informational messages in WIndows 2008 Event Viewer for SQL Server 2005

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Hi,

Due to some ETL packages we are getting upwards of 10 Informational messages per second in the Event Viewer. Is there someway to disable these leaving Warnings and Critical ones intact?

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it's likely the packages that need to be modified to not send informational messages to the event logs
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We'll look into it. Thanks
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