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I am using Win32::EventLog to read through the System event log on windows. I am trying to find a way to translate the "Category" number that it returns. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
$VAR1 = { 'TimeGenerated' => 1359043271, 'TimeGeneratedDate' => '2013-01-24 09:01:11', 'RecordNumber' => 22733, 'TimeWrittenDate' => '2013-01-24 09:01:11', 'UserType' => undef, 'UserName' => undef, 'EventType' => 'Audit success', 'Source' => 'Microsoft-Windows-Security-Auditing', 'TimeWritten' => 1359043271, 'ClosingRecordNumber' => 0, 'Computer' => 'dev', 'EventID' => 4648, 'EventTypeCode' => 8, 'Length' => 0, 'UserDomain' => undef, 'Category' => 12544 };

In reply to Translating Win32 EventLog Category by slloyd

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