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Hi - my boss said I needed to check the log files on the server, I'm not sure where to start, please advise!

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Kyle Larson earned 500 total points
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Start -> Run -> eventvwr
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by:fredostare
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Thanks Kyle. Sorry, I was wondering where those actual logs are stored on the server though? And would the event viewer log files be the only ones he could be referring to? Thanks!
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by:Kyle Larson
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Which services log files are you looking for?
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Hi - all of them, I think...
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