what logs should be enabled

what logs should I enable it in active directory 2008 and review it  ,also where is the netlogon logs are located in active directory 2008

also what logs should be enabled for exchange 2010 ,as well as smtp logs
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sivanovCommented:
.., suppose you need to troubleshot something..right,
some details are needed to point you what extended logging you need to enable.
what you need to monitor ?
cheers
Svet.
R--RCommented:
For AD you can see the event viewer Directory service logs.
For exchange application logs in event viewer.

For mailflow and all you can check the message tacking logs.
messaging tracking logs.
transport logs are already enabled.

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sivanovCommented:
here are couple of usefull things too

Quickly Filter Event Logs in Windows Server 2008


http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/dd630944.aspx
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