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Event Logs Management advice!

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I need to configure the event logs after so many days or when they get so full it runs a script and i need the script command that it needs to run to clear/delete these logs. I'm having an issue with one of my servers were the logs get so large is fills up all my hard drive space....please HELP!
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You should be able to go into the properties of the log you want to modify and set the maximum log size to something smaller and set to overwrite events as needed.
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