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Kiwi SysLog Server:  Pulling User Logon/Logoff Reports

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Hello Experts!

     I just started using Kiwi in order to pull user logon/logoff reports.  Was wondering if anyone has any experience with this that could walk me through how to do this step-by-step.  Your help GREATLY APPRECIATED!  Thank you.
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They had an online guide
http://www.kiwisyslog.com/help/syslog/index.html

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Under "      Configuring Syslog enabled devices" > Configuring SNARE to capture Windows Event logs

under "Configuring the Syslog properties" > "Rules / Filters / Actions" > "Filter Type" > to see any criteria you have to drill down to the specific relevant log messages
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