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I have NPS set up on a server 2012 R2 box, and it is logging the entries in a txt document. is there a formatter or something else that I can configure so the logs are easy to read?
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I am using the NPS Log File Reader

Simply Open ‘Server Manager > Diagnostics > Event Viewer > Custom Views > Server Roles > Network Policy Server’
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