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Event viewer missing on server 2008

Posted on 2011-09-14
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Very strange but if I go to computer management, under diagnostics event viewer is no where to be found.  Has anyone come across this?  I need to check the system log but even after a reboot, event viewer just simply is not visible.  Any help would be appreciated.  Thank you.
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by:dahesi
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could you try to start it through [run]: "eventvwr.msc"..
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Perfect!  Thank you.
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maybe you can "accept this solution" :)
thx
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Woops!  Thank you.
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