Rodrigo

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    Rodrigo commented  · 

    There are plenty of information that can only be retrieved from a workstation's event logs. Think about AppBlocker, EMET and other security-related events that are currently only logged into a local event log. Until a properly priced SKU for non-server nodes exists, having the ability to forward events from a workstation to a central repository and funnel that up to OMS is the only way to get that that data into one pane for the folks checking those things. Granted you can technically write your own solution to parse those local logs, package the entries into JSON and ingest them into OMS via the HTTP API but it would be nicer if we had some pre-canned option.

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    Rodrigo commented  · 

    Have you tried manually typing "AD FS/Admin" (without quotes) as the event log name and clicking the add button (+)? We did that on our implementation and started collecting logs from our ADFS Servers.

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