Specops Password Notification Server writes entries to the Application event log on the server where it’s installed. Entries with source Specops Password Notification Servers are produced by the Specops Password Notification Server service.
Entries containing information have event IDs in the range 100 to 199. Below are some of the more important warning events.
|101||Service successfully started (version x.x.x.x)|
|103||Service successfully stopped|
|104||Sleep until HH:MM (time left is HH:MM:SS.MS)…|
|105||Start checking for expiring user passwords|
|106||Finished checking for expiring user passwords|
|109||Various types of information events|
Entries containing warnings have event IDs in the range 200 to 299. Below are some of the more important warning events.
|200||The license is close to being exceeded|
|201||The trial license is about to expire|
|202||Service was stopped while processing users|
|209||Various types of warning events|
Entries containing errors have event IDs in the range 300 to 399. Below are some of the more important error events.
|300||An error occurred while the service was starting|
|309||Various types of error events|
|310||Failed to create an email for user |
|311||Failed to create an email for user |
To enable verbose logging, use Registry Editor to modify the following values in the registry key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Specopssoft\Specops Password Notification\Server.
- Value: Debug
- Type: REG_DWORD
- Data: 1 (Decimal)
- Default: 0 (Decimal)
- Value: LogFilePath
- Type: REG_SZ
- Data: Path to log file.
- Default: C:\SPEXSERVER.LOG
Note: If any of the values are changed, a restart of the “Specops Password Notification Server” service is necessary for this to take effect.