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extract and organize information from Windows Event logs

Posted on 2011-09-13
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The export function in w2008r2 is similar to every other version that I have used, I can export the header info into a CSV, but not the detailed information:

I am looking for a way to extract all the data from these logs and be able to import this data into a view I can use.

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wevtutil epl System <path>
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this only shows what is given on the event viewer table, I need the entire Contents of the event descriptions
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