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Microsoft® Office Communications Server 2007 Resource Kit by Microsoft OCS Team, Stephanie Lindsey, Rick Kingslan, Mitch Tulloch, Kintan Brahmbhatt, John Clarkson, James O'Neil, Hao Yan, Byron Spurlock, Jochen Kunert, Rui Maximo, Jeremy Buch

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Using Event Logs

The Office Communications Server product line has always provided event logs to help identify problems and point out irregularities in the system. In Office Communications Server 2007, there is even a filtered view of server warnings and errors presented in the MMC snap-in as a tabbed overview for each server. Office Communicator 2007 has added the capability to create event logs that can be enabled from the Tools | Options menu item on the General tab by selecting Turn On Windows Event Logging For Communicator, as shown in Figure 16-1. When issues arise, the event log is the first place to turn for high-level guidance on problems that the server or client might have already identified. In general, warnings and errors will be ...

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