Note: To perform the steps below, you must have access to the Active Administrator database and have Select rights on the tblEventDefinition table.
|Version Number ||Operating System |
|5.2||Windows 2003 & R2|
|6.1||Windows 2008 R2|
|6.3||Windows 2012 R2|
- Using SQL Server Management Studio, open a new Query Window connected to the Active Administrator database.
- Run the SQL statement below:
SELECT TOP 1000
FROM [ActiveAdministrator].[dbo].[tblEventDefinition] Order by EventCode
- This will display all of the event IDs that Active Administrator can be configured to collect ordered by EventCode, EventCode corresponds to Event ID number.
- By cross referencing the EventCode column entry with ADVersion column entry, and using the AD version table above you can determine if Active Administrator is configured to collect a particular event ID for that operating system version.