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Posted on 2011-03-04
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i am having one windows server 2003 on which i am seeing january and march application  logs are there but february logs are deleted.
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by:Viral Rathod
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This is not possible yogesh ,some one has mistakly deleted this logs or this logs has been over written (when you right click on Application Event viewer you will fine option "Overwrite events older than 7 days.
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we have set option of 180 days not 7 days also if someone have delted mistakly then it is possible that i can delete logs as per my choice january and march logs are there only february logs are deleted.
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