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Fax Server Activity Logging

Updated: November 29, 2007

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

A fax activity log provides you with detailed information about incoming and outgoing fax traffic. It can help you track users' fax activity, track performance, and identify problems and bottlenecks.

The activity log has two text files, InboxLOG.txt and OutboxLOG.txt, which are located in %systemdrive%\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows NT\MSFax\ActivityLog.

Events

Event ID Source Message

32060

Microsoft Fax

Activity logging cannot be initialized because the activity log files cannot be opened. Verify that the activity log folder exists and that it has write permissions for the Network Service account under which the Fax Service runs.%r Activity logging path: '%1'%r Win32 error code: %2.%r This error code indicates the cause of the error.

32064

Microsoft Fax

Fax Service failed to read the activity logging configuration, possibly due to registry corruption or a lack of system resources.%r Reinstall the fax component.%r Win32 error code: %1.%r This error code indicates the cause of the error.

32077

Microsoft Fax

The activity logging schema file cannot be created. File name: '%1'. Verify that the activity logging folder exists and that it has write permissions for the Network Service account under which the Fax Service runs.%r%r If the schema.ini file exists, verify that it is not used by other applications.%r The following error occurred: %2.%r This error code indicates the cause of the error.

32105

Microsoft Fax

Activity logging is disabled because the Fax service cannot access the folder %1 specified for the activity log. You can modify the location of the activity log from Fax Service Manager. For more information, see Troubleshooting in Fax Service Manager help.%r Win32 Error Code: %2%r This error code indicates the cause of the error.

Related Management Information

Fax Activity

Fax Server

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