Windows PowerShell - Event Logs
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Application that lets administrators and users view the event logs on a local or remote Windows computer.
The cmdlet that gets events and event logs on local and remote computers.
The cmdlet that gets events from event logs, including classic logs, such as the System and Application logs, and the event logs that are generated by the Windows Event Log technology introduced in Windows Vista.
The cmdlet that may be used to select specific event properties, and rename them as desired.
The cmdlet that creates a new classic event log on a local or remote computer. It can also register an event source that writes to the new log or to an existing log.
The cmdlet that writes an event to an event log.
The cmdlet that opens Event Viewer on the local computer and displays in it all of the classic event logs on the local computer or a remote computer.
The cmdlet that sets the maximum size of a classic event log, how long each event must be retained, and what happens when the log reaches its maximum size.
The cmdlet that deletes all of the entries from the specified event logs on the local computer or on remote computers.
The cmdlet that deletes an event log file from a local or remote computer and unregisters all of its event sources for the log.
The PowerShell.exe command-line parameter that runs a specified script.
A component of Microsoft Windows that provides the ability to schedule the launch of programs or scripts at pre-defined times or after specified time intervals.