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Report Server writes hundrets of audit success events per second into windows log

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Dear All,
we have a Report Server (SQL Server 2008 R2) configured which hosts around hundred reports.
Now we encountered that the Report Server is writing hundrets of envents into Windows log per second. Initially this is not a big Thing, but all These events are collected by a Event Server via a WAN Connection where it ends in too much traffic.
Does anybody know how to identify the reason for These Events and how to get rid of them?
Many thanks!
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The Event log is 'configured' via policies. In our global Environment a central Team changed it and this ended in many data in Event log. Policy Change fixed the issue.
Many thanks for your post.
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With internal tests we found this solution.
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