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Using Event Log Explorer (Basics)
Opening Event Log
Opening Event Log Files
Viewing Event Logs
Viewing Event Properties
Sending Event Log to Printer
Event Log Explorer Concept
Computers Tree
Log Views
Advanced use
Filtering events in Event Log Explorer
Pre-filtering events (log loading options)
XML Query Filter
General Filter
Quick Filter
Linked event filter
Bookmarking events
Exporting Event Logs
Backing up Event Logs
Save Event Log As File
Automatic Event Log Backup
Backup batch
Add Computers Wizard
Log properties
Credential manager
Analytical reports
Event Alerter
Custom columns
Computer properties
Color coding
Task scheduler
Command line options
Log View Defaults
Log Loading Options
Log files
User interface elements
Main menu and toolbar
Event Log View
Event list
Control toolbar
Description box
Event list context menu
Computers Tree
Add Computer to Tree
Add Group to Tree
Remove Computer or Group
Sorting Items in Tree
Computers tree context menu
Filter/Search Window
Select computer dialog
Peer-to-peer network issues
Event log backup utility
License Agreement

Computer properties

To display computer properties dialog, highlight the computer in the Computers tree, click right mouse button on it and select Properties from the context menu.

Description - description of the computer. The description will appear in the tree near the computer name in parentheses.
Group - a group to which the computer belongs.
Time correction - a value that will be added to the time of each event on this computer.

Time correction is useful when you want to view event logs as you would be in other timezone. All event logs store event time in UTC. When you view event logs with Event Log Explorer, it automatically converts UTC to your local time. Sometimes you may want to view event logs in their server time zone. To do so, you should set time correction as hour difference between your local time zone and the remote server time zone.
You can press Calculate button to automatically calculate such difference.

API to access event logs - Windows API that Event Log Explorer will use to open and read event logs from this computer.
Read more information about log API.

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