Comments (4)

  1. TQInet says:

    Thanks for sharing the zip file to enable and disable the logging for BITS. This is very nice to have.

  2. markoueis says:

    I know this is the wrong place to post this question, but I can't find the answer anywhere on this site. I'm looking for a forum to ask questions and discuss many of the things mentioned on this blog, specifically relating to WMI but I can't find one. Any ideas?

    Thanks

  3. seema says:

    I'm looking for a forum to ask questions and discuss many of the things mentioned on this blog

  4. Bernd Eckenfels says:

    Hmm… that turns on logging to a .etl file. When I use the normal windows event viewer, I can turn on the logging for BITS in a readable format (it apparently reads from a etl memory buffer). So is that script really a good way? (Especially as I was not yet able to open the .etl files in a viewer which actually knows the source and can display the binary data).