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How to use Splunk to find solution for a event alert?

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I am studying event log mangement with Splunk. After i find a event alert, how can i find some advise or solution for fix that alert? It seems there is no button for further advise from the event code search screen, as the attached screenshot.

Or is there any other tools can prodive advise for fix event alerts from Windows server and some network devices syslog?
Many thanks.
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ESENT is the application that generated the event
Each application has its own event and meaning should be included as part of the message.

The fixing part is that you have to determine  whether it is a common event that needs no fixing as it is  informational only.
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