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WinSyslog

id

Windows Event ID

severity

severity as indicated in the event log. This is represented in string form. Possible values are:

[INF] - informational

[AUS] - Audit Success

[AUF] - Audit failure

[WRN] - Warning

[ERR] - Error

[NON] - Success (called "NON" for historical reasons)

severityid

The serverity encoded as a numerical entity (like in Windows API)

sourceproc

The process that wrote the event record (called "source" in Windows event viewer).

category

The category ID from the Windows event log record. This is a numerical value. The actual value is depending on the event source.

catname

The category name from the Windows event log record. This is a string value. The actual value is depending on the event source. This value is a textual representation from the Category ID. This property could contain line feeds, which can be removed by activating the option "Remove Control Characters from String Parameters" in the advanced options of the EventLog Monitor Service.

user

The user name that was recorded in the Windows event log. This is "N\A" if no user was recorded.

NTEventLogType

The name of the Windows event log this event is from (for example "System" or "Security").

bdata

Windows event log records sometimes contain binary data. The event log monitor service can be set to include this binary data into the event, if it is present. If it is configured to do so, the binary data is put into the "bdata" property. Every byte of binary data is represented by two heaxdecimal characters.

 

Please note that it is likely for bdata not to be present. This is because the binary data is seldomly used and very performance-intense.