Netlogon parser for Message Analyzer

January 25, 2015

The Microsoft Message Analyzer is a very cool tool which helps us read and analyse a number of different log and trace file formats. In fact Message Analyzer is the replacement for the old Network Monitor (AKA Netmon) tool. Brandon Wilson from Microsoft wrote a parser for the NetLogon.log files. Here are the references to Brandon’s TechNet blogs: […]

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Script to Find Missing Subnets in Active Directory

January 21, 2014

This PowerShell script will collect all Netlogon.log files from the Domain Controllers, export the last x lines and combine it into one file of unique IP Addresses in CSV format. This easily and simply allows you to then identify any missing subnets that need to be added and associated to an Active Directory Site. Yes, there […]

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A change to the fields in the Netlogon.log file from Windows 2012 and above

December 13, 2013

If you collate and report on the Netlogon.log files from Domain Controllers, you’ll notice that many existing scripts may fail to correctly split the lines when processing the logs from Windows 2012 Domain Controllers; unless of course you’ve already noticed and made an allowance for it.

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