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Thread: Remote event viewer access without being an admin?

  1. #1
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    Oct 2004

    Remote event viewer access without being an admin?

    Hello, Iím running a windows 2003 server and trying to allow a set of access to developers so that they can view my event viewer logs remotely using an MMC snap-in but I donít want to provide them access of administrator privileges.

    Is that possible to do? If yes, please let me know how can I grant them just specific rights? Thank you.

  2. #2
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    Sep 2004

    Re: Remote event viewer access without being an admin?

    I think that is by default in windows 2003 server apart from the security log. You can get more info about the same in one Microsoft Article. Check this:

    How to set event log security locally or by using Group Policy in Windows Server 2003

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