Veriato Log Manager
Veriato Log Manager

Event & Security Log Management Software

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Centralize & Consolidate

Veriato Log Manager provides powerful reporting and consolidation tools for Windows server event log, syslog, or even text log files. Centrally monitor Windows, Unix, Linux, switches, routers, hubs and more by consolidating all of your event logs in one place, then use data filters and multi-level criteria to create powerful reporting options.

Detailed Intelligence

Veriato Log management software helps your IT resources review only relevant data. For example, Logon Reports within Veriato Log Manager automatically exclude Logon Type 3 and SYSTEM logon/logoff events. This helps eliminate unnecessary reporting of network logons to shared folders and printers.

Compliance Friendly Reporting

Compliance standards vary in specific implementation, but generally agree on one basic principle: record, archive, and be able to retrieve event log data. Security Event Log reports within Veriato Log Manager have been specifically designed to assist with compliance standards such as PCI DSS & HIPAA.

Log Data Analysis

Supports needed security protocols including real-time event log monitoring for critical security incidents and regular analysis of security relevant logs. This enables you to quickly detect suspicious activity.

Enhanced Filtering and Viewing

Create powerful complex filters that support AND, OR, NOT, and multi-level criteria and be notified immediately when a specific message is received or when an expected message is not received. Painlessly view the entries you want... all with the ability to export, print, and email.

Consolidate for Compliance

Security standards and regulations require that all relevant log data is managed, collected, consolidated and archived so that companies have accountability and can prove exactly what actions occurred.

Turnkey Reporting

Automatically parse Security event entries and generate turnkey PCI and HIPAA compliance reports, including Account Management, New User Accounts, Failed Logon Attempts, Successful Logons, and Logon Sessions

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Powerful features to gain critical insight into your network

Event Logs

View and report on event log data. Centrally monitor Windows, Unix, Linux, switches, routers, and more.

Security Events

Be immediately alerted to issues regarding network and application security. Focused on relevant data.


In real-time, or on a user-defined schedule. Leverage retention and archive options. Merge multiple logs into single view.


Create complex event filters to target or limit specific log entries or computers from real-time and consolidated log views.

Text Log Monitoring

Includes ability to monitor, consolidate, and alert on text-file-based application logs.


Flexible and powerful alerting, supporting multiple delivery options as well as conditional reporting.


Start and stop services and processes automatically, create complex responses and script custom actions as needed.


Produce required reports to satisfy compliance mandates, and receive scheduled Security Event reports.

Syslog Daemon

Collect, monitor, and consolidate syslog messages from computers and devices.

Frequently Asked Questions

I bought a Log Manager license for X nodes. How many separate installations of the software can I have?

You may install Log Manager as many times as you’d like as long as the total number of nodes managed across all of the installations does not exceed the number you are licensed for.

If I install the Log Manager console on my computer, does that use one of my licenses?

Licenses are only used for computers, devices, or hosts that have a Monitor assigned to them. If you are monitoring something on your computer it will use a license. You may install as many management consoles as you’d like.

I assigned a monitor to a device I no longer wish to monitor. What should I do?

Simply un-assign all Monitors from it and that license will free up automatically and you can use it to monitor another device.

Can I store my log data in Microsoft SQL Server Express Edition?

You may use SQL Server Express Edition, but it not recommended. The reason is because SQL Server Express Edition has a limit on the maximum size that a database can be. Once this limit is reached, no additional data will be able to be committed to the database, resulting in errors and a potential for loss of data.

Can I run Server Manager on a computer that is not connected to the Internet?

Yes. Under normal circumstances, an Internet connection is only required for licensing and to check for updates. However, if no Internet connection is available on the computer where the software is installed, you may visit from another computer to create a license file for your installation or contact Technical Support and they can assist you in creating a license file.

System Requirements

Supported Operating Systems

  • Windows Server 2012, and 2008
  • Windows 8, Windows 7, and Vista
  • Unix/Linux Flavors (supports remote management only: receives syslog messages and monitors log files and disk space via Samba)

Supported CPUs

  • Runs natively on both 64-Bit and 32-Bit computers. We offer both a 64-Bit and a 32-Bit installation of Server Manager.


  • 2-8 GBs of available memory. 4 GBs minimum when monitoring Windows Security Event Logs on large networks or heavily loaded servers.

.NET Framework 4.0

  • The installation detects if .NET Framework 4.0 is already installed. If not, the framework is automatically downloaded from Microsoft and then installed. Please note the framework may take a significant amount of time to install. Please be patient while the installation completes.

Domain Administrator Account

  • To access remote resources both the logged in user and the Windows Service must have domain administrator rights. The first time the application is run, you will be prompted to assign domain administrator credentials to the service.

Windows Management Instrumentation (client and server)

  • Functions such as Event Log consolidation/archiving, CPU, memory, Windows Service and process monitoring use Microsoft's Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) API. WMI is preinstalled on all supported operating systems.
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