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Getting Started with Nano Server by Charbel Nemnom

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Analyzing and reading diagnostic messages

Once the valid configuration file is saved on the collector computer and a target computer is configured, as soon as the target computer is restarted the connection to the collector is made and events will be collected and saved to the following path (see Figure 40):

C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\BootEventCollector\Etl
Figure 40. Collected ETL files

Then you can use any tool that can read an ETL file to read the diagnostic messages that are sent to the collector computer. Such tools are:

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