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ryan190
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Create a query to show event ID's

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Hi

How do I create a query to show only if computers are reporting back a given event ID or event description?

I want to see which computers are reporting Event ID 1119 and event description "The update failed; see event log"

 

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Re: Create a query to show event ID's

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Hello,

Try this and check whether this is working or not for you:

1) E.JPG

2) 
Click Next and again click on Next and configure the event ID:

E1.JPG

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You can create a new query, type would be threat events, add query type and desired columns, then filter it for the threat event ID

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Re: Create a query to show event ID's

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Hello

 

When i try and look for a filter on Event ID nothing is being displayed

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There should be a filter for threat event ID.

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Re: Create a query to show event ID's

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Hello,

Try this and check whether this is working or not for you:

1) E.JPG

2) 
Click Next and again click on Next and configure the event ID:

E1.JPG

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cdinet
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Thanks @vivs , I didn't have my server up to get screenshots 🙂

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