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Server performance report: No error events

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Since a few days our server performance reports (SBS 2011, Server 2008 R2) do not show any error events any more.

Ich have checked: Events still are included in the requested report.

Thanks - Michael
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SBS 2011 having the ability to control and filter unwanted errors from the event logs section of the reports
There are a number of known events that can be safely ignored. Also depending on the particular environment you might have your own list of events you want to ignore

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http://blogs.technet.com/b/sbs/archive/2012/01/16/managing-event-alerts-in-your-reports-an-sbs-monitoring-feature-enhancement.aspx
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Excellen - Thanks!
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