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Third party applications that can report/summarize usage details from Windows Server Event logs

Posted on 2014-01-09
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Hi Experts,

I am looking at putting some applications on a Cloud based Windows Server 2008 (or later) system.

I want to be able to track times that users are logged in for, and how much time they have each application open for.

Can anyone recommend third party applications that can report/summarize usage details from Windows Event logs?

Regards,
Leigh
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Please have a look at this event log application. Not sure wheather it would work on cloud based or not but yes for sure its like if you have the credentials with in the network you can test it.

Please click on the link to check the applications.

Cheers.
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We use Splunk for log viewing. This works cross platform (UNIX/Wintel) and we have this configured in AWS.

http://www.splunk.com/

I've not really used the reporting side of it, but I had a quick look and some basic reports have been setup so some functionality is there.
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