#Usage of this extension:
To manage Event Log Sources in Windows machines.
The extension contains a task which you can use in TFS Release Definitions.
##How to use the task:
Log Source Names --> Enter the Log Source Names. You can enter multiple names each in 1 line without any other delimiter
Log Source Action --> A field to mention whether to create Event Log Sources or to Delete Event Log Sources
Log Name --> Choose the Log Name. Applicable values are 'Application', 'Security' & 'System'
Recreate Existing? --> Select this option if you want to recreate existing Event Log Sources. If the Event Log Sources are already registered in the specified Log Name field, then a reboot of the machine is not required after the recreation. But if they are already registered in a different Event Log, then a reboot will be required for the change to take effect; Without a reboot the logs will continue to be written to the older Event Log.
CategoryResourceFile --> This file contains category strings for the source events. This file is also known as the Category Message File. Leave this empty if not required.For More Information
MessageResourceFile --> This file contains message formatting strings for the source events. This file is also known as the Event Message File. Leave this empty if not required. The value of 'C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319\EventLogMessages.dll' will be used if not specified. For More Information
ParameterResourceFile --> This file contains strings used for parameter substitutions in event descriptions. This file is also known as the Parameter Message File. Leave this empty if not required.For More Information
##Prerequisite for the task to work properly:
The agent account running TFS Account should have required rights to manage Event Log Sources.