Re: [logs] May I ask a dumb question?

From: Jay D. Dyson (jdyson@private)
Date: Thu Jan 27 2005 - 14:45:16 PST

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On Wed, 26 Jan 2005, Susan Bradley, CPA aka Ebitz - SBS Rocks [MVP] wrote:

> So when you go to and do a search on NT event logging why is it 
> the only book on NT Event Logging is out of print?

 	The first edition of this book was printed in 1998.  Near as I can 
tell, there was no second edition.  My guess is that it just didn't sell 
well...and this seems to be confirmed by the comments of Amazon users who 
bought the book.

 	Anyway, you could check for a more current title on the same 
subject at O'Reilly's site: .  See also the 
related books listed at .

> They recommend downloading the SDK as the definite source.  Given that 
> ACS might someday be a released product, given that audit log files 
> especially these days are so important.. is the only guidance for 
> putting the puzzle pieces together online and in real time listserves?

 	So it would seem.  I tend to siphon the data and store it locally 
since everything useful on the web usually winds up being a 404 by the 
time I can really use it.

> Just seems odd to only find an out of date book when searching.

 	I've been getting used to it.  Sometimes I think it's technology's 
way of trying to teach me patience.

- -Jay

P.S. -- The only dumb question is the one that isn't asked.

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