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I need to setup an server for Auditing event logs

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What I would like to do is archive the event logs from each server to a seperate server. Is there a way to configure this within Windows?
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If you are using Windows 2008 or newer you can do this by setting up log subscriptions. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc749183.aspx and the links in it will give you information on how to set this up. With Windows 2003 you would need to use some third party software to do that.
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The event log viewer can manage this task if it has been enabled.
Moreover, this software would also be a good opinion for you to manage such tasks.
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