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Logs provide detailed information about the run-time execution of Speech Server. Careful monitoring of logs can help you identify the sources of problems. For example, if Speech Server is declining calls, you might be able to determine what is causing the problem by reviewing the events that lead up to the call rejection.
Logging options are administered for each computer running Speech Server. To administer multiple computers running Speech Server to have the same logging options, you can copy the server settings from one computer to the other computers in a deployment group. For more information, see How to: Copy Speech Server Settings to All Computers in a Deployment Group.
Regardless of how logging is administered, Speech Server always logs events in the Windows Event application log. You can review these events in Windows Event Viewer. For more information, see Speech Server Events Overview.