Event ID 313 — Unicast Logging

Event ID 313 — Unicast Logging

Updated: August 14, 2009

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

You can configure Logging plug-ins in Windows Media Services to keep a record, a log file, of client and server activity during a streaming session. Log information can also help:

  • Track server usage so that you can decide when you might need to add more resources to your system.
  • Assist you in planning your security implementation. For example, if your system is subjected to a denial-of-service attack, log files can help you determine which clients are being used in the attack.
  • Identify user-reported issues with your streaming system by providing event codes that correspond to common issues.
  • Provide historical data for use in trend analysis and business cases.

For more information, see Logging Model for Windows Media Services.

Event Details

Product: Windows Media Services
ID: 313
Source: WMServer
Version: 9.6
Message: The WMS Client Logging plug-in has resumed logging data to the unicast log file ‘%1’ after a previous error.


This is a normal condition. No further action is required.

Related Management Information

Unicast Logging

Streaming Media Services


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