The Manage Maintain Systems that Run Windows 7 module provides you with the instruction and computer hardware to develop your hands on skills in the defined topics. This module includes the following exercises:
- Enable Event Log Forwarding
- Working with Auditing and Windows Services
- Identify and Resolve Hardware Failure Issues
Exercise 1 - Enable Event Log Forwarding
Event Viewer is the repository of system generated logs in Windows. System logs indicate information about operating system events like a Windows restart. Security logs contain information about logon events of users and operating system services. Application logs hold information about the status of Windows services like User Profile Services and others.
Event forwarding is a feature that will provide convenience for Windows administrators because a dedicated computer can be designated as a central collection point of event logs coming from other computes.
In this exercise, you will learn how to set up event log forwarding between devices in a Windows domain.
Exercise 2 - Working with Auditing and Windows Services
System auditing is a powerful tool that you can use in Windows to create a log file of user logon activity.
Windows Servers has auditing enabled on some operating system services and you can find their log files in the Event Viewer logs - System, Security and Application.
Exercise 3 - Identify and Resolve Hardware Failure Issues
In this exercise, you will learn how to identify and resolve hardware failure issues in the system.
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