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I would like to implement Kiwi Syslog in our environment
We have Exchange 2010 servers , I need to configure Kiwi Syslog to retrieve Tracking logs as well as Diagnostic loggings of Exchange 2010

I wonder if Kiwi Syslogis capable of that.
it would be also nice if Kiwi syslog can be used for VMware logs...I know some environment use vMa appliance for that.

What is the best way to set up Syslog server for Exchange 2010.?
if possible for VMware too.?

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Hope below forum will help you.


http://forums.iis.net/t/1145010.aspx
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mmm….I guess I will have to install log forwarder in every windows box, to forward logs to Syslog server
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