Netwrix Event Log Manager

Free Event Log Monitoring, Reporting and Alerting Tool


Alerts on important events occurred in your IT infrastructure.

Automated Auditing:

Provides consolidation and alerting on events from multiple servers.

Increased Efficiency:

Eliminates the need to analyze tons of logs on multiple servers.

100% Freeware:

Will never expire or stop working when you need it.
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How It Works

This event log monitoring tool collects and consolidates event logs from multiple computers across the network, provides archiving, and generates alerts.

Need Complete Visibility into
All Types of Changes Across
Your Windows Server?

Netwrix Auditor for Windows Server

Complete Visibility:

Audits all types of changes, not just event logs, providing complete visibility into Who did What and When with 'before' and 'after' values.

Critical Changes:

Auditing of critical Windows Server changes including local users and groups, specific registry keys, scheduled tasks or Windows services.

User Activity Auditing:

Records dynamic screen activity, providing visibility into applications that do not produce event logs.


Scalable two-tiered storage (file-based + SQL database) holding consolidated audit data for 10 years or more.
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IT Pros Choose Netwrix Auditor for Windows Server

Windows IT Pro Magazine

"Netwrix Auditor is great when the auditors show up - I just hand them the reports!"

Windows IT Pro Magazine

Don Jones, Microsoft MVP

"Netwrix Auditor's functionality is straightforward, and the user interface is intuitive and easy to operate."

Don Jones, Microsoft MVP

How It Works

Provides Who, What and When details for changes to local users and groups on the server, specific registry keys, scheduled tasks or Windows services. Reporting on previous and new values for every change ensures that you have complete visibility into how your Windows Server was configured at any point time. Other features include windows event log/syslog event management and recording screen activity of privileged users.