Info Please note that this project has not been updated for many years. Keep in mind this product was released a year or more before the MS product of the same name (At a time when there were no alternatives). For reasons that are unknown to me, the MSDN Archive Gallery has recently been taken down. That gallery contained ULSViewer.

SharePoint guy or gal should be without. Although there are many versions of the tool out there in the wil I believe this is the version originally . It was a sad day when the original MSDN ULS Viewer was discontinued. There was much weeping at the Klindt household when the news broke. Fortunately I found a backup copy. ULS viewer is for ULS logs, not system Event log.

Read what people are saying and join the conversation. GitHub repository for sysadmin related tools. Contribute to Tools development by creating an account on GitHub. An for the most part, it works great with earlier versions of Windows Server. In those situations where the current version.

Process Monitor has evolved over the years into a wonderfully easy to use tool. I especially like how you can right click on almost any result in ProcMon and select EXCLUDE THIS from the menu to filter noise out. On opening the above link you should get the following Click on the Downloads tab and download the file shown. The log files on disk (trace logs) can be very hard to read using notepad or other basic . ULSViewer allows users with access to ULS log files to view their logs in a more user friendly interface instead of using standard log file viewers. Logs opened can be filtere sorte highlighte appende etc in order to single out the data that is important to the user.

This information can be used to diagnose problems with . While this is a fantastic enhancement to an already near-perfect piece of software, I found one tiny little pain point with it. When configuring ULSViewer to monitor an entire . Cannot view ULS entries in ULSViewer. No related content found. Users can then perform advanced functions such as filtering, sorting, highlighting, loading logs, appending logs, etc in order to single out the data that is important to the user. Even though it is unnofficially available for download . MSDN Archive has been retired this week – I do not know why they retired it before there is an adequate replacement for the majority of the tools, but it has a huge impact on my work.

One of my favorite tool, the famous ULSViewer is was hosted there. You will be greeted with this beautiful page when you try . This is a great relief to many, because the original, unsupported version of ULSViewer had been . I have had users report that they are unable to edit their profile, they just get the unhelpful “Sorry, something went wrong” error.