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With the increased complexity of monitoring, an issue can be cumbersome to diagnose. Many symptoms for an outage or performance disruption can look similar on the surface, but in fact the cause of the issue is quite different. Without proper monitoring strategy in place, the root cause diagnosis for that issue, can take time and resources to identify and ultimately resolve. Critical outages affecting user experience or their ability to work can have significant impact on the bottom-line and user perceptions.
- As part of normal network operations, new software and services will be installed, and there is value in monitoring this activity. Administrators can review these logs for newly installed software or system services and verify that they do not pose a risk to the network.It should be noted that an additional Program Inventory event ID 800 is generated daily on Windows 7 at 12:30 AM to provide a summary of application activities (e.g., number of new application installations). Event ID 800 is generated on Windows 8 as well under different circumstances. This event is beneficial to administrators seeking to identify the number of applications that were installed or removed on a machine.
Last modified May 26, 2021