ZHPSuite analyzes the Observer of Events

ZHPSuite (ZHPDiag) Gets a new module for the census of Windows application logs via the Event Observer.

The event observer belongs to the Microsoft Windows operating system. In case of malfunction, Administrators and users can view a PC's event log.

This newspaper is particularly interesting to consult for people who provide assistance in self-help forums.
Indeed, The identified evidence is used to direct their research in a particular area, such as the failure of a dynamic resource or device driver.

The O70 module will therefore list the events " Error «and «» Warning Observer's applications.

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Example of an event :
Error: Microsoft-Windows-EapHost (4332)
Number: 35632
Date: 07/20/2020 01:40:57 PM
ID: 2002
Description: Operation Ignored

Error: The type of event (Error or Warning only) – Tracking the Source : Microsoft-Windows-EapHost (4332) – The number in brackets represents the frequency of display in the observer. In this example, there have been 4332 times this error.
~Number: The registration number
~Date: The last detection date
~Id: Identification code (Event ID)
~Description: Reports the action that causes the event

Overview in the ZHPDiag report:
—\ OBSERVATEURS of events (83) – 114s
Error: Microsoft-Windows-EapHost (4332)
Number: 35632
Date: 07/20/2020 01:40:57 PM
ID: 2002
Description: Operation Ignored : failure to validate %1. Error : Type ID%2, Author ID-%3, Supplier ID-%4, Supplier Type 1

Warning: Microsoft-Windows-Spell-Checking (8)
Number: 35435
Date: 07/19/2020 12:23:37 PM
ID: 34
Description: Can't add %1 textual prediction model for language. Language tag

Of course this module is activatable/deactivated via the "Event Observer" software options.

Software updates in version 2020.7.21.214

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More information about the Windows Event Observer can be found in this article.