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free, open source win32 syslog daemon KLog 1.2 KLog is a free, open source Win32 implementation of *nix syslog daemon to support remote logging of message from syslog-enabled unix servers, routers and other networked devices and applications. It can optionally produce audible alerts on certain events and can stay in background, taking up a 256 pixels of screen nicely packed as a 16x16 square in your notification tray area.




Free syslog message sending tools Kiwi Logger 2.0 Kiwi Logger (KLOG) is a free suite of syslog message sending tools for Windows. The tools allow you to add syslog message sending capabilities, via UDP or TCP, to your applications. The syslog messages can be received by Kiwi Syslog Daemon or compatible Syslog Daemons. You can access KLOG via console command line, Windows command line, Win32 API DLL , .Net DLL, COM DLL or ASP DLL.

This is a sensational tool for anyone working in cross-platform systems management and administration. Works flawlessly, and its well structured help screens do a very effective job ot explaining the core concepts of syslog. John MacLeod, ITSM ConsultantJohn MacLeod Consultingwww.JMACINC.com





FREE GUI based Syslog Daemon for Windows Kiwi Syslog Daemon 8.2 Kiwi Syslog Daemon is a freeware Syslog Daemon for the Windows platform. It receives, logs, displays and forwards Syslog messages from hosts such as routers, firewalls, Unix hosts and any other syslog enabled device. There are many customizable options available. Features include PIX, LinkSys firewall logging, SNMP trap and TCP support, filter using scripts. Service edition available. The registered version has additional features.

I was testing the output from a terminal server. I installed the program and it worked without any configuration needed.

The program didn\'t work for me. I received a error message about xceedzip.dll was the wrong version.

Very good. Needs filter on the free version. One big problem is requiring a restart after install. This is simply not possible on the server we installed onto.



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