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MS SQL replication monitor only shows a few days worth of history

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I am running MS SQL server 2008 R2 for both publisher and subscriber. When I launch replication monitor, I am only able to view about 3 days worth of history. Is there a way to show 15 days or more of replication history?
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Open SQL SSMS, connect to your SQL as SA and reight click your SQL Agent then select Properties - there you can set the "History" for Log/Job.
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Thanks. I adjusted to 15 days.
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You may also need to increase the max number of entries per SQL Agent Log/Job if you have jobs on that server running with high frequency.
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