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Windows 2003 server: List of EVENT IDs

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Hi,

This is related to Windows 2003 Server. The daily problem of the servers are usually recoqnized by the EVENT  IDs.

My questions: Do experts know where to get the LISTS of event ids? If yes, would you provide the link please

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tjie
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