Windows 10, version 1903 basic level Windows diagnostic events and fields

Applies to

  • Windows 10, version 1903

The Basic level gathers a limited set of information that is critical for understanding the device and its configuration including: basic device information, quality-related information, app compatibility, and Microsoft Store. When the level is set to Basic, it also includes the Security level information.

The Basic level helps to identify problems that can occur on a particular device hardware or software configuration. For example, it can help determine if crashes are more frequent on devices with a specific amount of memory or that are running a particular driver version. This helps Microsoft fix operating system or app problems.

Use this article to learn about diagnostic events, grouped by event area, and the fields within each event. A brief description is provided for each field. Every event generated includes common data, which collects device data.

You can learn more about Windows functional and diagnostic data through these articles:

AppLocker events

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.AddParams

Parameters passed to Add function of the AppLockerCSP Node.

The following fields are available:

  • child The child URI of the node to add.
  • uri URI of the node relative to %SYSTEM32%/AppLocker.

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.AddStart

Start of "Add" Operation for the AppLockerCSP Node.

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.AddStop

End of "Add" Operation for AppLockerCSP Node.

The following fields are available:

  • hr The HRESULT returned by Add function in AppLockerCSP.

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.CAppLockerCSP::Commit

This event returns information about the “Commit” operation in AppLockerCSP.

The following fields are available:

  • oldId The unique identifier for the most recent previous CSP transaction.
  • txId The unique identifier for the current CSP transaction.

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.CAppLockerCSP::Rollback

Result of the 'Rollback' operation in AppLockerCSP.

The following fields are available:

  • oldId Previous id for the CSP transaction.
  • txId Current id for the CSP transaction.

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.ClearParams

Parameters passed to the "Clear" operation for AppLockerCSP.

The following fields are available:

  • uri The URI relative to the %SYSTEM32%\AppLocker folder.

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.ClearStart

Start of the "Clear" operation for the AppLockerCSP Node.

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.ClearStop

End of the "Clear" operation for the AppLockerCSP node.

The following fields are available:

  • hr HRESULT reported at the end of the 'Clear' function.

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.ConfigManagerNotificationStart

Start of the "ConfigManagerNotification" operation for AppLockerCSP.

The following fields are available:

  • NotifyState State sent by ConfigManager to AppLockerCSP.

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.ConfigManagerNotificationStop

End of the "ConfigManagerNotification" operation for AppLockerCSP.

The following fields are available:

  • hr HRESULT returned by the ConfigManagerNotification function in AppLockerCSP.

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.CreateNodeInstanceParams

Parameters passed to the CreateNodeInstance function of the AppLockerCSP node.

The following fields are available:

  • NodeId NodeId passed to CreateNodeInstance.
  • nodeOps NodeOperations parameter passed to CreateNodeInstance.
  • uri URI passed to CreateNodeInstance, relative to %SYSTEM32%\AppLocker.

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.CreateNodeInstanceStart

Start of the "CreateNodeInstance" operation for the AppLockerCSP node.

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.CreateNodeInstanceStop

End of the "CreateNodeInstance" operation for the AppLockerCSP node

The following fields are available:

  • hr HRESULT returned by the CreateNodeInstance function in AppLockerCSP.

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.DeleteChildParams

Parameters passed to the DeleteChild function of the AppLockerCSP node.

The following fields are available:

  • child The child URI of the node to delete.
  • uri URI relative to %SYSTEM32%\AppLocker.

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.DeleteChildStart

Start of the "DeleteChild" operation for the AppLockerCSP node.

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.DeleteChildStop

End of the "DeleteChild" operation for the AppLockerCSP node.

The following fields are available:

  • hr HRESULT returned by the DeleteChild function in AppLockerCSP.

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.EnumPolicies

Logged URI relative to %SYSTEM32%\AppLocker, if the Plugin GUID is null, or the CSP doesn't believe the old policy is present.

The following fields are available:

  • uri URI relative to %SYSTEM32%\AppLocker.

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.GetChildNodeNamesParams

Parameters passed to the GetChildNodeNames function of the AppLockerCSP node.

The following fields are available:

  • uri URI relative to %SYSTEM32%/AppLocker for MDM node.

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.GetChildNodeNamesStart

Start of the "GetChildNodeNames" operation for the AppLockerCSP node.

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.GetChildNodeNamesStop

End of the "GetChildNodeNames" operation for the AppLockerCSP node.

The following fields are available:

  • child[0] If function succeeded, the first child's name, else "NA".
  • count If function succeeded, the number of child node names returned by the function, else 0.
  • hr HRESULT returned by the GetChildNodeNames function of AppLockerCSP.

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.GetLatestId

The result of 'GetLatestId' in AppLockerCSP (the latest time stamped GUID).

The following fields are available:

  • dirId The latest directory identifier found by GetLatestId.
  • id The id returned by GetLatestId if id > 0 - otherwise the dirId parameter.

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.HResultException

HRESULT thrown by any arbitrary function in AppLockerCSP.

The following fields are available:

  • file File in the OS code base in which the exception occurs.
  • function Function in the OS code base in which the exception occurs.
  • hr HRESULT that is reported.
  • line Line in the file in the OS code base in which the exception occurs.

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.IsDependencySatisfiedStart

Indicates the start of a call to the IsDependencySatisfied function in the Configuration Service Provider (CSP).

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.IsDependencySatisfiedStop

Indicates the end of an IsDependencySatisfied function call in the Configuration Service Provider (CSP).

The following fields are available:

  • edpActive Indicates whether enterprise data protection is active.
  • hr HRESULT that is reported.
  • internalHr Internal HRESULT that is reported.

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.SetValueParams

Parameters passed to the SetValue function of the AppLockerCSP node.

The following fields are available:

  • dataLength Length of the value to set.
  • uri The node URI to that should contain the value, relative to %SYSTEM32%\AppLocker.

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.SetValueStart

Start of the "SetValue" operation for the AppLockerCSP node.

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.SetValueStop

End of the "SetValue" operation for the AppLockerCSP node.

The following fields are available:

  • hr HRESULT returned by the SetValue function in AppLockerCSP.

Microsoft.Windows.Security.AppLockerCSP.TryRemediateMissingPolicies

EntryPoint of fix step or policy remediation, includes URI relative to %SYSTEM32%\AppLocker that needs to be fixed.

The following fields are available:

  • uri URI for node relative to %SYSTEM32%/AppLocker.

Appraiser events

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.ChecksumTotalPictureCount

This event lists the types of objects and how many of each exist on the client device. This allows for a quick way to ensure that the records present on the server match what is present on the client.

The following fields are available:

  • DatasourceApplicationFile_19A The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceApplicationFile_19ASetup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceApplicationFile_19H1 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceApplicationFile_19H1Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceApplicationFile_RS4 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceApplicationFile_RS5 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceApplicationFile_RS5Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceApplicationFile_TH2 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceDevicePnp_19A The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceDevicePnp_19ASetup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceDevicePnp_19H1 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceDevicePnp_19H1Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceDevicePnp_RS4 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceDevicePnp_RS5 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceDevicePnp_RS5Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceDevicePnp_TH2 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceDriverPackage_19A The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceDriverPackage_19ASetup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceDriverPackage_19H1 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceDriverPackage_19H1Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceDriverPackage_RS4 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceDriverPackage_RS5 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceDriverPackage_RS5Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceDriverPackage_TH2 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DataSourceMatchingInfoBlock_19A The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DataSourceMatchingInfoBlock_19ASetup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DataSourceMatchingInfoBlock_19H1 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DataSourceMatchingInfoBlock_19H1Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DataSourceMatchingInfoBlock_RS4 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DataSourceMatchingInfoBlock_RS5 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DataSourceMatchingInfoBlock_RS5Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DataSourceMatchingInfoBlock_TH2 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DataSourceMatchingInfoPassive_19A The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DataSourceMatchingInfoPassive_19ASetup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DataSourceMatchingInfoPassive_19H1 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DataSourceMatchingInfoPassive_19H1Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DataSourceMatchingInfoPassive_RS4 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DataSourceMatchingInfoPassive_RS5 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DataSourceMatchingInfoPassive_RS5Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DataSourceMatchingInfoPassive_TH2 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DataSourceMatchingInfoPostUpgrade_19A The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DataSourceMatchingInfoPostUpgrade_19ASetup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DataSourceMatchingInfoPostUpgrade_19H1 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DataSourceMatchingInfoPostUpgrade_19H1Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DataSourceMatchingInfoPostUpgrade_RS1 The total DataSourceMatchingInfoPostUpgrade objects targeting Windows 10 version 1607 on this device.
  • DataSourceMatchingInfoPostUpgrade_RS4 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DataSourceMatchingInfoPostUpgrade_RS5 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DataSourceMatchingInfoPostUpgrade_RS5Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DataSourceMatchingInfoPostUpgrade_TH2 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceSystemBios_19A The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceSystemBios_19ASetup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceSystemBios_19H1 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceSystemBios_19H1Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceSystemBios_RS4 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceSystemBios_RS5 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceSystemBios_RS5Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DatasourceSystemBios_TH2 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionApplicationFile_19A The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionApplicationFile_19ASetup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionApplicationFile_19H1 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionApplicationFile_19H1Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionApplicationFile_RS4 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionApplicationFile_RS5 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionApplicationFile_RS5Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionApplicationFile_TH2 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionDevicePnp_19A The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionDevicePnp_19ASetup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionDevicePnp_19H1 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionDevicePnp_19H1Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionDevicePnp_RS4 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionDevicePnp_RS5 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionDevicePnp_RS5Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionDevicePnp_TH2 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionDriverPackage_19A The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionDriverPackage_19ASetup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionDriverPackage_19H1 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionDriverPackage_19H1Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionDriverPackage_RS4 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionDriverPackage_RS5 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionDriverPackage_RS5Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionDriverPackage_TH2 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMatchingInfoBlock_19A The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMatchingInfoBlock_19ASetup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMatchingInfoBlock_19H1 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMatchingInfoBlock_19H1Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMatchingInfoBlock_RS4 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMatchingInfoBlock_RS5 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMatchingInfoBlock_RS5Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMatchingInfoBlock_TH2 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMatchingInfoPassive_19A The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMatchingInfoPassive_19ASetup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMatchingInfoPassive_19H1 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMatchingInfoPassive_19H1Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMatchingInfoPassive_RS4 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMatchingInfoPassive_RS5 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMatchingInfoPassive_RS5Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMatchingInfoPassive_TH2 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMatchingInfoPostUpgrade_19A The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMatchingInfoPostUpgrade_19ASetup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMatchingInfoPostUpgrade_19H1 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMatchingInfoPostUpgrade_19H1Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMatchingInfoPostUpgrade_RS1 The total DecisionMatchingInfoPostUpgrade objects targeting Windows 10 version 1607 on this device.
  • DecisionMatchingInfoPostUpgrade_RS4 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMatchingInfoPostUpgrade_RS5 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMatchingInfoPostUpgrade_RS5Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMatchingInfoPostUpgrade_TH2 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMediaCenter_19A The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMediaCenter_19ASetup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMediaCenter_19H1 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMediaCenter_19H1Setup The total DecisionMediaCenter objects targeting the next release of Windows on this device.
  • DecisionMediaCenter_RS4 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMediaCenter_RS5 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMediaCenter_RS5Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionMediaCenter_TH2 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionSystemBios_19A The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionSystemBios_19ASetup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionSystemBios_19H1 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionSystemBios_19H1Setup The total DecisionSystemBios objects targeting the next release of Windows on this device.
  • DecisionSystemBios_RS4 The total DecisionSystemBios objects targeting Windows 10 version, 1803 present on this device.
  • DecisionSystemBios_RS5 The total DecisionSystemBios objects targeting the next release of Windows on this device.
  • DecisionSystemBios_RS5Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • DecisionSystemBios_TH2 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • InventoryApplicationFile The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • InventoryLanguagePack The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • InventoryMediaCenter The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • InventorySystemBios The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • InventoryUplevelDriverPackage The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • PCFP The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • SystemMemory The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • SystemProcessorCompareExchange The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • SystemProcessorLahfSahf The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • SystemProcessorNx The total number of objects of this type present on this device.
  • SystemProcessorPrefetchW The total number of objects of this type present on this device.
  • SystemProcessorSse2 The total number of objects of this type present on this device.
  • SystemTouch The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • SystemWim The total number of objects of this type present on this device.
  • SystemWindowsActivationStatus The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • SystemWlan The total number of objects of this type present on this device.
  • Wmdrm_19A The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • Wmdrm_19ASetup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • Wmdrm_19H1 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • Wmdrm_19H1Setup The total Wmdrm objects targeting the next release of Windows on this device.
  • Wmdrm_RS4 The total Wmdrm objects targeting Windows 10, version 1803 present on this device.
  • Wmdrm_RS5 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • Wmdrm_RS5Setup The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.
  • Wmdrm_TH2 The count of the number of this particular object type present on this device.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DatasourceApplicationFileAdd

Represents the basic metadata about specific application files installed on the system.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the appraiser file that is generating the events.
  • AvDisplayName If the app is an anti-virus app, this is its display name.
  • CompatModelIndex The compatibility prediction for this file.
  • HasCitData Indicates whether the file is present in CIT data.
  • HasUpgradeExe Indicates whether the anti-virus app has an upgrade.exe file.
  • IsAv Is the file an anti-virus reporting EXE?
  • ResolveAttempted This will always be an empty string when sending telemetry.
  • SdbEntries An array of fields that indicates the SDB entries that apply to this file.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DatasourceApplicationFileRemove

This event indicates that the DatasourceApplicationFile object is no longer present.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DatasourceApplicationFileStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of DatasourceApplicationFileAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DatasourceDevicePnpAdd

This event sends compatibility data for a Plug and Play device, to help keep Windows up to date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • ActiveNetworkConnection Indicates whether the device is an active network device.
  • AppraiserVersion The version of the appraiser file generating the events.
  • CosDeviceRating An enumeration that indicates if there is a driver on the target operating system.
  • CosDeviceSolution An enumeration that indicates how a driver on the target operating system is available.
  • CosDeviceSolutionUrl Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DatasourceDevicePnpAdd . Empty string
  • CosPopulatedFromId The expected uplevel driver matching ID based on driver coverage data.
  • IsBootCritical Indicates whether the device boot is critical.
  • UplevelInboxDriver Indicates whether there is a driver uplevel for this device.
  • WuDriverCoverage Indicates whether there is a driver uplevel for this device, according to Windows Update.
  • WuDriverUpdateId The Windows Update ID of the applicable uplevel driver.
  • WuPopulatedFromId The expected uplevel driver matching ID based on driver coverage from Windows Update.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DatasourceDevicePnpRemove

This event indicates that the DatasourceDevicePnp object is no longer present.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DatasourceDevicePnpStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of DatasourceDevicePnpAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DatasourceDriverPackageAdd

This event sends compatibility database data about driver packages to help keep Windows up to date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the appraiser file generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DatasourceDriverPackageRemove

This event indicates that the DatasourceDriverPackage object is no longer present.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DatasourceDriverPackageStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of DatasourceDriverPackageAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DataSourceMatchingInfoBlockAdd

This event sends blocking data about any compatibility blocking entries hit on the system that are not directly related to specific applications or devices, to help keep Windows up-to-date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the appraiser file generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DataSourceMatchingInfoBlockStartSync

This event indicates that a full set of DataSourceMatchingInfoBlockStAdd events have been sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DataSourceMatchingInfoPassiveAdd

This event sends compatibility database information about non-blocking compatibility entries on the system that are not keyed by either applications or devices, to help keep Windows up-to-date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the appraiser file generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DataSourceMatchingInfoPassiveStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of DataSourceMatchingInfoPassiveAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DataSourceMatchingInfoPostUpgradeAdd

This event sends compatibility database information about entries requiring reinstallation after an upgrade on the system that are not keyed by either applications or devices, to help keep Windows up-to-date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the appraiser file generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DataSourceMatchingInfoPostUpgradeStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of DataSourceMatchingInfoPostUpgradeAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DatasourceSystemBiosAdd

This event sends compatibility database information about the BIOS to help keep Windows up-to-date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DatasourceSystemBiosStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of DatasourceSystemBiosAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DecisionApplicationFileAdd

This event sends compatibility decision data about a file to help keep Windows up-to-date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the appraiser file that is generating the events.
  • BlockAlreadyInbox The uplevel runtime block on the file already existed on the current OS.
  • BlockingApplication Indicates whether there are any application issues that interfere with the upgrade due to the file in question.
  • DisplayGenericMessage Will be a generic message be shown for this file?
  • DisplayGenericMessageGated Indicates whether a generic message be shown for this file.
  • HardBlock This file is blocked in the SDB.
  • HasUxBlockOverride Does the file have a block that is overridden by a tag in the SDB?
  • MigApplication Does the file have a MigXML from the SDB associated with it that applies to the current upgrade mode?
  • MigRemoval Does the file have a MigXML from the SDB that will cause the app to be removed on upgrade?
  • NeedsDismissAction Will the file cause an action that can be dimissed?
  • NeedsInstallPostUpgradeData After upgrade, the file will have a post-upgrade notification to install a replacement for the app.
  • NeedsNotifyPostUpgradeData Does the file have a notification that should be shown after upgrade?
  • NeedsReinstallPostUpgradeData After upgrade, this file will have a post-upgrade notification to reinstall the app.
  • NeedsUninstallAction The file must be uninstalled to complete the upgrade.
  • SdbBlockUpgrade The file is tagged as blocking upgrade in the SDB,
  • SdbBlockUpgradeCanReinstall The file is tagged as blocking upgrade in the SDB. It can be reinstalled after upgrade.
  • SdbBlockUpgradeUntilUpdate The file is tagged as blocking upgrade in the SDB. If the app is updated, the upgrade can proceed.
  • SdbReinstallUpgrade The file is tagged as needing to be reinstalled after upgrade in the SDB. It does not block upgrade.
  • SdbReinstallUpgradeWarn The file is tagged as needing to be reinstalled after upgrade with a warning in the SDB. It does not block upgrade.
  • SoftBlock The file is softblocked in the SDB and has a warning.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DecisionApplicationFileRemove

This event indicates that the DecisionApplicationFile object is no longer present.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DecisionApplicationFileStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of DecisionApplicationFileAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DecisionDevicePnpAdd

This event sends compatibility decision data about a PNP device to help keep Windows up to date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the appraiser file generating the events.
  • AssociatedDriverIsBlocked Is the driver associated with this PNP device blocked?
  • AssociatedDriverWillNotMigrate Will the driver associated with this plug-and-play device migrate?
  • BlockAssociatedDriver Should the driver associated with this PNP device be blocked?
  • BlockingDevice Is this PNP device blocking upgrade?
  • BlockUpgradeIfDriverBlocked Is the PNP device both boot critical and does not have a driver included with the OS?
  • BlockUpgradeIfDriverBlockedAndOnlyActiveNetwork Is this PNP device the only active network device?
  • DisplayGenericMessage Will a generic message be shown during Setup for this PNP device?
  • DisplayGenericMessageGated Indicates whether a generic message will be shown during Setup for this PNP device.
  • DriverAvailableInbox Is a driver included with the operating system for this PNP device?
  • DriverAvailableOnline Is there a driver for this PNP device on Windows Update?
  • DriverAvailableUplevel Is there a driver on Windows Update or included with the operating system for this PNP device?
  • DriverBlockOverridden Is there is a driver block on the device that has been overridden?
  • NeedsDismissAction Will the user would need to dismiss a warning during Setup for this device?
  • NotRegressed Does the device have a problem code on the source OS that is no better than the one it would have on the target OS?
  • SdbDeviceBlockUpgrade Is there an SDB block on the PNP device that blocks upgrade?
  • SdbDriverBlockOverridden Is there an SDB block on the PNP device that blocks upgrade, but that block was overridden?

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DecisionDevicePnpRemove

This event indicates that the DecisionDevicePnp object is no longer present.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DecisionDevicePnpStartSync

The DecisionDevicePnpStartSync event indicates that a new set of DecisionDevicePnpAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DecisionDriverPackageAdd

This event sends decision data about driver package compatibility to help keep Windows up to date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the appraiser file generating the events.
  • DisplayGenericMessageGated Indicates whether a generic offer block message will be shown for this driver package.
  • DriverBlockOverridden Does the driver package have an SDB block that blocks it from migrating, but that block has been overridden?
  • DriverIsDeviceBlocked Was the driver package was blocked because of a device block?
  • DriverIsDriverBlocked Is the driver package blocked because of a driver block?
  • DriverIsTroubleshooterBlocked Indicates whether the driver package is blocked because of a troubleshooter block.
  • DriverShouldNotMigrate Should the driver package be migrated during upgrade?
  • SdbDriverBlockOverridden Does the driver package have an SDB block that blocks it from migrating, but that block has been overridden?

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DecisionDriverPackageRemove

This event indicates that the DecisionDriverPackage object is no longer present.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DecisionDriverPackageStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of DecisionDriverPackageAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DecisionMatchingInfoBlockAdd

This event sends compatibility decision data about blocking entries on the system that are not keyed by either applications or devices, to help keep Windows up to date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the appraiser file generating the events.
  • BlockingApplication Are there are any application issues that interfere with upgrade due to matching info blocks?
  • DisplayGenericMessage Will a generic message be shown for this block?
  • NeedsUninstallAction Does the user need to take an action in setup due to a matching info block?
  • SdbBlockUpgrade Is a matching info block blocking upgrade?
  • SdbBlockUpgradeCanReinstall Is a matching info block blocking upgrade, but has the can reinstall tag?
  • SdbBlockUpgradeUntilUpdate Is a matching info block blocking upgrade but has the until update tag?

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DecisionMatchingInfoBlockStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of DecisionMatchingInfoBlockAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DecisionMatchingInfoPassiveAdd

This event sends compatibility decision data about non-blocking entries on the system that are not keyed by either applications or devices, to help keep Windows up to date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.
  • BlockingApplication Are there any application issues that interfere with upgrade due to matching info blocks?
  • DisplayGenericMessageGated Indicates whether a generic offer block message will be shown due to matching info blocks.
  • MigApplication Is there a matching info block with a mig for the current mode of upgrade?

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DecisionMatchingInfoPassiveStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of DecisionMatchingInfoPassiveAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DecisionMatchingInfoPostUpgradeAdd

This event sends compatibility decision data about entries that require reinstall after upgrade. It's used to help keep Windows up to date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.
  • NeedsInstallPostUpgradeData Will the file have a notification after upgrade to install a replacement for the app?
  • NeedsNotifyPostUpgradeData Should a notification be shown for this file after upgrade?
  • NeedsReinstallPostUpgradeData Will the file have a notification after upgrade to reinstall the app?
  • SdbReinstallUpgrade The file is tagged as needing to be reinstalled after upgrade in the compatibility database (but is not blocking upgrade).

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DecisionMatchingInfoPostUpgradeStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of DecisionMatchingInfoPostUpgradeAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DecisionMediaCenterAdd

This event sends decision data about the presence of Windows Media Center, to help keep Windows up to date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file generating the events.
  • BlockingApplication Is there any application issues that interfere with upgrade due to Windows Media Center?
  • MediaCenterActivelyUsed If Windows Media Center is supported on the edition, has it been run at least once and are the MediaCenterIndicators are true?
  • MediaCenterIndicators Do any indicators imply that Windows Media Center is in active use?
  • MediaCenterInUse Is Windows Media Center actively being used?
  • MediaCenterPaidOrActivelyUsed Is Windows Media Center actively being used or is it running on a supported edition?
  • NeedsDismissAction Are there any actions that can be dismissed coming from Windows Media Center?

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DecisionMediaCenterStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of DecisionMediaCenterAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DecisionSystemBiosAdd

This event sends compatibility decision data about the BIOS to help keep Windows up to date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file generating the events.
  • Blocking Is the device blocked from upgrade due to a BIOS block?
  • DisplayGenericMessageGated Indicates whether a generic offer block message will be shown for the bios.
  • HasBiosBlock Does the device have a BIOS block?

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DecisionSystemBiosStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of DecisionSystemBiosAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DecisionTestRemove

This event provides data that allows testing of “Remove” decisions to help keep Windows up to date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the appraiser binary (executable) generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.DecisionTestStartSync

This event provides data that allows testing of “Start Sync” decisions to help keep Windows up to date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the appraiser binary (executable) generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.GatedRegChange

This event sends data about the results of running a set of quick-blocking instructions, to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • NewData The data in the registry value after the scan completed.
  • OldData The previous data in the registry value before the scan ran.
  • PCFP An ID for the system calculated by hashing hardware identifiers.
  • RegKey The registry key name for which a result is being sent.
  • RegValue The registry value for which a result is being sent.
  • Time The client time of the event.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.InventoryApplicationFileAdd

This event represents the basic metadata about a file on the system. The file must be part of an app and either have a block in the compatibility database or be part of an antivirus program.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file generating the events.
  • AvDisplayName If the app is an antivirus app, this is its display name.
  • AvProductState Indicates whether the antivirus program is turned on and the signatures are up to date.
  • BinaryType A binary type. Example: UNINITIALIZED, ZERO_BYTE, DATA_ONLY, DOS_MODULE, NE16_MODULE, PE32_UNKNOWN, PE32_I386, PE32_ARM, PE64_UNKNOWN, PE64_AMD64, PE64_ARM64, PE64_IA64, PE32_CLR_32, PE32_CLR_IL, PE32_CLR_IL_PREFER32, PE64_CLR_64.
  • BinFileVersion An attempt to clean up FileVersion at the client that tries to place the version into 4 octets.
  • BinProductVersion An attempt to clean up ProductVersion at the client that tries to place the version into 4 octets.
  • BoeProgramId If there is no entry in Add/Remove Programs, this is the ProgramID that is generated from the file metadata.
  • CompanyName The company name of the vendor who developed this file.
  • FileId A hash that uniquely identifies a file.
  • FileVersion The File version field from the file metadata under Properties -> Details.
  • HasUpgradeExe Indicates whether the antivirus app has an upgrade.exe file.
  • IsAv Indicates whether the file an antivirus reporting EXE.
  • LinkDate The date and time that this file was linked on.
  • LowerCaseLongPath The full file path to the file that was inventoried on the device.
  • Name The name of the file that was inventoried.
  • ProductName The Product name field from the file metadata under Properties -> Details.
  • ProductVersion The Product version field from the file metadata under Properties -> Details.
  • ProgramId A hash of the Name, Version, Publisher, and Language of an application used to identify it.
  • Size The size of the file (in hexadecimal bytes).

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.InventoryApplicationFileRemove

This event indicates that the InventoryApplicationFile object is no longer present.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.InventoryApplicationFileStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of InventoryApplicationFileAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.InventoryLanguagePackAdd

This event sends data about the number of language packs installed on the system, to help keep Windows up to date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.
  • HasLanguagePack Indicates whether this device has 2 or more language packs.
  • LanguagePackCount The number of language packs are installed.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.InventoryLanguagePackRemove

This event indicates that the InventoryLanguagePack object is no longer present.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.InventoryLanguagePackStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of InventoryLanguagePackAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.InventoryMediaCenterAdd

This event sends true/false data about decision points used to understand whether Windows Media Center is used on the system, to help keep Windows up to date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file generating the events.
  • EverLaunched Has Windows Media Center ever been launched?
  • HasConfiguredTv Has the user configured a TV tuner through Windows Media Center?
  • HasExtendedUserAccounts Are any Windows Media Center Extender user accounts configured?
  • HasWatchedFolders Are any folders configured for Windows Media Center to watch?
  • IsDefaultLauncher Is Windows Media Center the default app for opening music or video files?
  • IsPaid Is the user running a Windows Media Center edition that implies they paid for Windows Media Center?
  • IsSupported Does the running OS support Windows Media Center?

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.InventoryMediaCenterRemove

This event indicates that the InventoryMediaCenter object is no longer present.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.InventoryMediaCenterStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of InventoryMediaCenterAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.InventorySystemBiosAdd

This event sends basic metadata about the BIOS to determine whether it has a compatibility block.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.
  • BiosDate The release date of the BIOS in UTC format.
  • BiosName The name field from Win32_BIOS.
  • Manufacturer The manufacturer field from Win32_ComputerSystem.
  • Model The model field from Win32_ComputerSystem.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.InventorySystemBiosStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of InventorySystemBiosAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.InventoryTestRemove

This event provides data that allows testing of “Remove” decisions to help keep Windows up to date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the appraiser binary (executable) generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.InventoryTestStartSync

This event provides data that allows testing of “Start Sync” decisions to help keep Windows up to date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the appraiser binary (executable) generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.InventoryUplevelDriverPackageAdd

This event is only runs during setup. It provides a listing of the uplevel driver packages that were downloaded before the upgrade. Is critical to understanding if failures in setup can be traced to not having sufficient uplevel drivers before the upgrade.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.
  • BootCritical Is the driver package marked as boot critical?
  • Build The build value from the driver package.
  • CatalogFile The name of the catalog file within the driver package.
  • Class The device class from the driver package.
  • ClassGuid The device class unique ID from the driver package.
  • Date The date from the driver package.
  • Inbox Is the driver package of a driver that is included with Windows?
  • OriginalName The original name of the INF file before it was renamed. Generally a path under $WINDOWS.~BT\Drivers\DU.
  • Provider The provider of the driver package.
  • PublishedName The name of the INF file after it was renamed.
  • Revision The revision of the driver package.
  • SignatureStatus Indicates if the driver package is signed. Unknown = 0, Unsigned = 1, Signed = 2.
  • VersionMajor The major version of the driver package.
  • VersionMinor The minor version of the driver package.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.InventoryUplevelDriverPackageRemove

This event indicates that the InventoryUplevelDriverPackage object is no longer present.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.InventoryUplevelDriverPackageStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of InventoryUplevelDriverPackageAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.RunContext

This event indicates what should be expected in the data payload.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserBranch The source branch in which the currently running version of Appraiser was built.
  • AppraiserProcess The name of the process that launched Appraiser.
  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file generating the events.
  • CensusId A unique hardware identifier.
  • Context Indicates what mode Appraiser is running in. Example: Setup or Telemetry.
  • PCFP An ID for the system calculated by hashing hardware identifiers.
  • Subcontext Indicates what categories of incompatibilities appraiser is scanning for. Can be N/A, Resolve, or a semicolon-delimited list that can include App, Dev, Sys, Gat, or Rescan.
  • Time The client time of the event.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.SystemMemoryAdd

This event sends data on the amount of memory on the system and whether it meets requirements, to help keep Windows up-to-date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file generating the events.
  • Blocking Is the device from upgrade due to memory restrictions?
  • MemoryRequirementViolated Was a memory requirement violated?
  • pageFile The current committed memory limit for the system or the current process, whichever is smaller (in bytes).
  • ram The amount of memory on the device.
  • ramKB The amount of memory (in KB).
  • virtual The size of the user-mode portion of the virtual address space of the calling process (in bytes).
  • virtualKB The amount of virtual memory (in KB).

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.SystemMemoryStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of SystemMemoryAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.SystemProcessorCompareExchangeAdd

This event sends data indicating whether the system supports the CompareExchange128 CPU requirement, to help keep Windows up to date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file generating the events.
  • Blocking Is the upgrade blocked due to the processor?
  • CompareExchange128Support Does the CPU support CompareExchange128?

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.SystemProcessorCompareExchangeStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of SystemProcessorCompareExchangeAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.SystemProcessorLahfSahfAdd

This event sends data indicating whether the system supports the LahfSahf CPU requirement, to help keep Windows up-to-date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file generating the events.
  • Blocking Is the upgrade blocked due to the processor?
  • LahfSahfSupport Does the CPU support LAHF/SAHF?

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.SystemProcessorLahfSahfStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of SystemProcessorLahfSahfAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.SystemProcessorNxAdd

This event sends data indicating whether the system supports the NX CPU requirement, to help keep Windows up-to-date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.
  • Blocking Is the upgrade blocked due to the processor?
  • NXDriverResult The result of the driver used to do a non-deterministic check for NX support.
  • NXProcessorSupport Does the processor support NX?

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.SystemProcessorNxStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of SystemProcessorNxAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.SystemProcessorPrefetchWAdd

This event sends data indicating whether the system supports the PrefetchW CPU requirement, to help keep Windows up to date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.
  • Blocking Is the upgrade blocked due to the processor?
  • PrefetchWSupport Does the processor support PrefetchW?

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.SystemProcessorPrefetchWStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of SystemProcessorPrefetchWAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.SystemProcessorSse2Add

This event sends data indicating whether the system supports the SSE2 CPU requirement, to help keep Windows up to date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.
  • Blocking Is the upgrade blocked due to the processor?
  • SSE2ProcessorSupport Does the processor support SSE2?

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.SystemProcessorSse2StartSync

This event indicates that a new set of SystemProcessorSse2Add events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.SystemTouchAdd

This event sends data indicating whether the system supports touch, to help keep Windows up to date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.
  • IntegratedTouchDigitizerPresent Is there an integrated touch digitizer?
  • MaximumTouches The maximum number of touch points supported by the device hardware.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.SystemTouchStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of SystemTouchAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.SystemWimAdd

This event sends data indicating whether the operating system is running from a compressed Windows Imaging Format (WIM) file, to help keep Windows up to date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.
  • IsWimBoot Is the current operating system running from a compressed WIM file?
  • RegistryWimBootValue The raw value from the registry that is used to indicate if the device is running from a WIM.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.SystemWimStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of SystemWimAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.SystemWindowsActivationStatusAdd

This event sends data indicating whether the current operating system is activated, to help keep Windows up to date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.
  • WindowsIsLicensedApiValue The result from the API that's used to indicate if operating system is activated.
  • WindowsNotActivatedDecision Is the current operating system activated?

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.SystemWindowsActivationStatusStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of SystemWindowsActivationStatusAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.SystemWlanAdd

This event sends data indicating whether the system has WLAN, and if so, whether it uses an emulated driver that could block an upgrade, to help keep Windows up-to-date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.
  • Blocking Is the upgrade blocked because of an emulated WLAN driver?
  • HasWlanBlock Does the emulated WLAN driver have an upgrade block?
  • WlanEmulatedDriver Does the device have an emulated WLAN driver?
  • WlanExists Does the device support WLAN at all?
  • WlanModulePresent Are any WLAN modules present?
  • WlanNativeDriver Does the device have a non-emulated WLAN driver?

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.SystemWlanStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of SystemWlanAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.TelemetryRunHealth

This event indicates the parameters and result of a telemetry (diagnostic) run. This allows the rest of the data sent over the course of the run to be properly contextualized and understood, which is then used to keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserBranch The source branch in which the version of Appraiser that is running was built.
  • AppraiserDataVersion The version of the data files being used by the Appraiser telemetry run.
  • AppraiserProcess The name of the process that launched Appraiser.
  • AppraiserVersion The file version (major, minor and build) of the Appraiser DLL, concatenated without dots.
  • AuxFinal Obsolete, always set to false.
  • AuxInitial Obsolete, indicates if Appraiser is writing data files to be read by the Get Windows 10 app.
  • DeadlineDate A timestamp representing the deadline date, which is the time until which appraiser will wait to do a full scan.
  • EnterpriseRun Indicates if the telemetry run is an enterprise run, which means appraiser was run from the command line with an extra enterprise parameter.
  • FullSync Indicates if Appraiser is performing a full sync, which means that full set of events representing the state of the machine are sent. Otherwise, only the changes from the previous run are sent.
  • InboxDataVersion The original version of the data files before retrieving any newer version.
  • IndicatorsWritten Indicates if all relevant UEX indicators were successfully written or updated.
  • InventoryFullSync Indicates if inventory is performing a full sync, which means that the full set of events representing the inventory of machine are sent.
  • PCFP An ID for the system calculated by hashing hardware identifiers.
  • PerfBackoff Indicates if the run was invoked with logic to stop running when a user is present. Helps to understand why a run may have a longer elapsed time than normal.
  • PerfBackoffInsurance Indicates if appraiser is running without performance backoff because it has run with perf backoff and failed to complete several times in a row.
  • RunAppraiser Indicates if Appraiser was set to run at all. If this if false, it is understood that data events will not be received from this device.
  • RunDate The date that the telemetry run was stated, expressed as a filetime.
  • RunGeneralTel Indicates if the generaltel.dll component was run. Generaltel collects additional telemetry on an infrequent schedule and only from machines at telemetry levels higher than Basic.
  • RunOnline Indicates if appraiser was able to connect to Windows Update and theefore is making decisions using up-to-date driver coverage information.
  • RunResult The hresult of the Appraiser telemetry run.
  • ScheduledUploadDay The day scheduled for the upload.
  • SendingUtc Indicates if the Appraiser client is sending events during the current telemetry run.
  • StoreHandleIsNotNull Obsolete, always set to false
  • TelementrySent Indicates if telemetry was successfully sent.
  • ThrottlingUtc Indicates if the Appraiser client is throttling its output of CUET events to avoid being disabled. This increases runtime but also telemetry reliability.
  • Time The client time of the event.
  • VerboseMode Indicates if appraiser ran in Verbose mode, which is a test-only mode with extra logging.
  • WhyFullSyncWithoutTablePrefix Indicates the reason or reasons that a full sync was generated.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.WmdrmAdd

This event sends data about the usage of older digital rights management on the system, to help keep Windows up to date. This data does not indicate the details of the media using the digital rights management, only whether any such files exist. Collecting this data was critical to ensuring the correct mitigation for customers, and should be able to be removed once all mitigations are in place.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.
  • BlockingApplication Same as NeedsDismissAction.
  • NeedsDismissAction Indicates if a dismissible message is needed to warn the user about a potential loss of data due to DRM deprecation.
  • WmdrmApiResult Raw value of the API used to gather DRM state.
  • WmdrmCdRipped Indicates if the system has any files encrypted with personal DRM, which was used for ripped CDs.
  • WmdrmIndicators WmdrmCdRipped OR WmdrmPurchased.
  • WmdrmInUse WmdrmIndicators AND dismissible block in setup was not dismissed.
  • WmdrmNonPermanent Indicates if the system has any files with non-permanent licenses.
  • WmdrmPurchased Indicates if the system has any files with permanent licenses.

Microsoft.Windows.Appraiser.General.WmdrmStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of WmdrmAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserVersion The version of the Appraiser file that is generating the events.

Audio endpoint events

MicArrayGeometry

This event provides information about the layout of the individual microphone elements in the microphone array.

The following fields are available:

  • MicCoords The location and orientation of the microphone element.
  • usFrequencyBandHi The high end of the frequency range for the microphone.
  • usFrequencyBandLo The low end of the frequency range for the microphone.
  • usMicArrayType The type of the microphone array.
  • usNumberOfMicrophones The number of microphones in the array.
  • usVersion The version of the microphone array specification.
  • wHorizontalAngleBegin The horizontal angle of the start of the working volume (reported as radians times 10,000).
  • wHorizontalAngleEnd The horizontal angle of the end of the working volume (reported as radians times 10,000).
  • wVerticalAngleBegin The vertical angle of the start of the working volume (reported as radians times 10,000).
  • wVerticalAngleEnd The vertical angle of the end of the working volume (reported as radians times 10,000).

MicCoords

This event provides information about the location and orientation of the microphone element.

The following fields are available:

  • usType The type of microphone.
  • wHorizontalAngle The horizontal angle of the microphone (reported as radians times 10,000).
  • wVerticalAngle The vertical angle of the microphone (reported as radians times 10,000).
  • wXCoord The x-coordinate of the microphone.
  • wYCoord The y-coordinate of the microphone.
  • wZCoord The z-coordinate of the microphone.

Microsoft.Windows.Audio.EndpointBuilder.DeviceInfo

This event logs the successful enumeration of an audio endpoint (such as a microphone or speaker) and provides information about the audio endpoint.

The following fields are available:

  • BusEnumeratorName The name of the bus enumerator (for example, HDAUDIO or USB).
  • ContainerId An identifier that uniquely groups the functional devices associated with a single-function or multifunction device.
  • DeviceInstanceId The unique identifier for this instance of the device.
  • EndpointDevnodeId The IMMDevice identifier of the associated devnode.
  • endpointEffectClsid The COM Class Identifier (CLSID) for the endpoint effect audio processing object.
  • endpointEffectModule Module name for the endpoint effect audio processing object.
  • EndpointFormFactor The enumeration value for the form factor of the endpoint device (for example speaker, microphone, remote network device).
  • endpointID The unique identifier for the audio endpoint.
  • endpointInstanceId The unique identifier for the software audio endpoint. Used for joining to other audio event.
  • Flow Indicates whether the endpoint is capture (1) or render (0).
  • globalEffectClsid COM Class Identifier (CLSID) for the legacy global effect audio processing object.
  • globalEffectModule Module name for the legacy global effect audio processing object.
  • HWID The hardware identifier for the endpoint.
  • IsBluetooth Indicates whether the device is a Bluetooth device.
  • isFarField A flag indicating whether the microphone endpoint is capable of hearing far field audio.
  • IsSideband Indicates whether the device is a sideband device.
  • IsUSB Indicates whether the device is a USB device.
  • JackSubType A unique ID representing the KS node type of the endpoint.
  • localEffectClsid The COM Class Identifier (CLSID) for the legacy local effect audio processing object.
  • localEffectModule Module name for the legacy local effect audio processing object.
  • MicArrayGeometry Describes the microphone array, including the microphone position, coordinates, type, and frequency range. See MicArrayGeometry.
  • modeEffectClsid The COM Class Identifier (CLSID) for the mode effect audio processing object.
  • modeEffectModule Module name for the mode effect audio processing object.
  • persistentId A unique ID for this endpoint which is retained across migrations.
  • streamEffectClsid The COM Class Identifier (CLSID) for the stream effect audio processing object.
  • streamEffectModule Module name for the stream effect audio processing object.

Census events

Census.App

This event sends version data about the Apps running on this device, to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserEnterpriseErrorCode The error code of the last Appraiser enterprise run.
  • AppraiserErrorCode The error code of the last Appraiser run.
  • AppraiserRunEndTimeStamp The end time of the last Appraiser run.
  • AppraiserRunIsInProgressOrCrashed Flag that indicates if the Appraiser run is in progress or has crashed.
  • AppraiserRunStartTimeStamp The start time of the last Appraiser run.
  • AppraiserTaskEnabled Whether the Appraiser task is enabled.
  • AppraiserTaskExitCode The Appraiser task exist code.
  • AppraiserTaskLastRun The last runtime for the Appraiser task.
  • CensusVersion The version of Census that generated the current data for this device.
  • IEVersion The version of Internet Explorer that is running on the device.

Census.Azure

This event returns data from Microsoft-internal Azure server machines (only from Microsoft-internal machines with Server SKUs). All other machines (those outside Microsoft and/or machines that are not part of the “Azure fleet”) return empty data sets.

The following fields are available:

  • CloudCoreBuildEx The Azure CloudCore build number.
  • CloudCoreSupportBuildEx The Azure CloudCore support build number.
  • NodeID The node identifier on the device that indicates whether the device is part of the Azure fleet.

Census.Battery

This event sends type and capacity data about the battery on the device, as well as the number of connected standby devices in use, type to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • InternalBatteryCapablities Represents information about what the battery is capable of doing.
  • InternalBatteryCapacityCurrent Represents the battery's current fully charged capacity in mWh (or relative). Compare this value to DesignedCapacity  to estimate the battery's wear.
  • InternalBatteryCapacityDesign Represents the theoretical capacity of the battery when new, in mWh.
  • InternalBatteryNumberOfCharges Provides the number of battery charges. This is used when creating new products and validating that existing products meets targeted functionality performance.
  • IsAlwaysOnAlwaysConnectedCapable Represents whether the battery enables the device to be AlwaysOnAlwaysConnected . Boolean value.

Census.Camera

This event sends data about the resolution of cameras on the device, to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • FrontFacingCameraResolution Represents the resolution of the front facing camera in megapixels. If a front facing camera does not exist, then the value is 0.
  • RearFacingCameraResolution Represents the resolution of the rear facing camera in megapixels. If a rear facing camera does not exist, then the value is 0.

Census.Enterprise

This event sends data about Azure presence, type, and cloud domain use in order to provide an understanding of the use and integration of devices in an enterprise, cloud, and server environment.

The following fields are available:

  • AADDeviceId Azure Active Directory device ID.
  • AzureOSIDPresent Represents the field used to identify an Azure machine.
  • AzureVMType Represents whether the instance is Azure VM PAAS, Azure VM IAAS or any other VMs.
  • CDJType Represents the type of cloud domain joined for the machine.
  • CommercialId Represents the GUID for the commercial entity which the device is a member of.  Will be used to reflect insights back to customers.
  • ContainerType The type of container, such as process or virtual machine hosted.
  • EnrollmentType Defines the type of MDM enrollment on the device.
  • HashedDomain The hashed representation of the user domain used for login.
  • IsCloudDomainJoined Is this device joined to an Azure Active Directory (AAD) tenant? true/false
  • IsDERequirementMet Represents if the device can do device encryption.
  • IsDeviceProtected Represents if Device protected by BitLocker/Device Encryption
  • IsDomainJoined Indicates whether a machine is joined to a domain.
  • IsEDPEnabled Represents if Enterprise data protected on the device.
  • IsMDMEnrolled Whether the device has been MDM Enrolled or not.
  • MPNId Returns the Partner ID/MPN ID from Regkey. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\DeployID
  • SCCMClientId This ID correlate systems that send data to Compat Analytics (OMS) and other OMS based systems with systems in an Enterprise SCCM environment.
  • ServerFeatures Represents the features installed on a Windows   Server. This can be used by developers and administrators who need to automate the process of determining the features installed on a set of server computers.
  • SystemCenterID The SCCM ID is an anonymized one-way hash of the Active Directory Organization identifier

Census.Firmware

This event sends data about the BIOS and startup embedded in the device, to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • FirmwareManufacturer Represents the manufacturer of the device's firmware (BIOS).
  • FirmwareReleaseDate Represents the date the current firmware was released.
  • FirmwareType Represents the firmware type. The various types can be unknown, BIOS, UEFI.
  • FirmwareVersion Represents the version of the current firmware.

Census.Flighting

This event sends Windows Insider data from customers participating in improvement testing and feedback programs, to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • DeviceSampleRate The telemetry sample rate assigned to the device.
  • DriverTargetRing Indicates if the device is participating in receiving pre-release drivers and firmware contrent.
  • EnablePreviewBuilds Used to enable Windows Insider builds on a device.
  • FlightIds A list of the different Windows Insider builds on this device.
  • FlightingBranchName The name of the Windows Insider branch currently used by the device.
  • IsFlightsDisabled Represents if the device is participating in the Windows Insider program.
  • MSA_Accounts Represents a list of hashed IDs of the Microsoft Accounts that are flighting (pre-release builds) on this device.
  • SSRK Retrieves the mobile targeting settings.

Census.Hardware

This event sends data about the device, including hardware type, OEM brand, model line, model, telemetry level setting, and TPM support, to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • ActiveMicCount The number of active microphones attached to the device.
  • ChassisType Represents the type of device chassis, such as desktop or low profile desktop. The possible values can range between 1 - 36.
  • ComputerHardwareID Identifies a device class that is represented by a hash of different SMBIOS fields.
  • D3DMaxFeatureLevel Supported Direct3D version.
  • DeviceForm Indicates the form as per the device classification.
  • DeviceName The device name that is set by the user.
  • DigitizerSupport Is a digitizer supported?
  • DUID The device unique ID.
  • Gyroscope Indicates whether the device has a gyroscope (a mechanical component that measures and maintains orientation).
  • InventoryId The device ID used for compatibility testing.
  • Magnetometer Indicates whether the device has a magnetometer (a mechanical component that works like a compass).
  • NFCProximity Indicates whether the device supports NFC (a set of communication protocols that helps establish communication when applicable devices are brought close together.)
  • OEMDigitalMarkerFileName The name of the file placed in the \Windows\system32\drivers directory that specifies the OEM and model name of the device.
  • OEMManufacturerName The device manufacturer name. The OEMName for an inactive device is not reprocessed even if the clean OEM name is changed at a later date.
  • OEMModelBaseBoard The baseboard model used by the OEM.
  • OEMModelBaseBoardVersion Differentiates between developer and retail devices.
  • OEMModelName The device model name.
  • OEMModelNumber The device model number.
  • OEMModelSKU The device edition that is defined by the manufacturer.
  • OEMModelSystemFamily The system family set on the device by an OEM.
  • OEMModelSystemVersion The system model version set on the device by the OEM.
  • OEMOptionalIdentifier A Microsoft assigned value that represents a specific OEM subsidiary.
  • OEMSerialNumber The serial number of the device that is set by the manufacturer.
  • PhoneManufacturer The friendly name of the phone manufacturer.
  • PowerPlatformRole The OEM preferred power management profile. It's used to help to identify the basic form factor of the device.
  • SoCName The firmware manufacturer of the device.
  • StudyID Used to identify retail and non-retail device.
  • TelemetryLevel The telemetry level the user has opted into, such as Basic or Enhanced.
  • TelemetryLevelLimitEnhanced The telemetry level for Windows Analytics-based solutions.
  • TelemetrySettingAuthority Determines who set the telemetry level, such as GP, MDM, or the user.
  • TPMManufacturerId The ID of the TPM manufacturer.
  • TPMManufacturerVersion The version of the TPM manufacturer.
  • TPMVersion The supported Trusted Platform Module (TPM) on the device. If no TPM is present, the value is 0.
  • VoiceSupported Does the device have a cellular radio capable of making voice calls?

Census.Memory

This event sends data about the memory on the device, including ROM and RAM, to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • TotalPhysicalRAM Represents the physical memory (in MB).
  • TotalVisibleMemory Represents the memory that is not reserved by the system.

Census.Network

This event sends data about the mobile and cellular network used by the device (mobile service provider, network, device ID, and service cost factors), to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • IMEI0 Represents the International Mobile Station Equipment Identity. This number is usually unique and used by the mobile operator to distinguish different phone hardware. Microsoft does not have access to mobile operator billing data so collecting this data does not expose or identify the user. The two fields represent phone with dual sim coverage.
  • IMEI1 Represents the International Mobile Station Equipment Identity. This number is usually unique and used by the mobile operator to distinguish different phone hardware. Microsoft does not have access to mobile operator billing data so collecting this data does not expose or identify the user. The two fields represent phone with dual sim coverage.
  • MCC0 Represents the Mobile Country Code (MCC). It used with the Mobile Network Code (MNC) to uniquely identify a mobile network operator. The two fields represent phone with dual sim coverage.
  • MCC1 Represents the Mobile Country Code (MCC). It used with the Mobile Network Code (MNC) to uniquely identify a mobile network operator. The two fields represent phone with dual sim coverage.
  • MEID Represents the Mobile Equipment Identity (MEID). MEID is a worldwide unique phone ID assigned to CDMA phones. MEID replaces electronic serial number (ESN), and is equivalent to IMEI for GSM and WCDMA phones. Microsoft does not have access to mobile operator billing data so collecting this data does not expose or identify the user.
  • MNC0 Retrieves the Mobile Network Code (MNC). It used with the Mobile Country Code (MCC) to uniquely identify a mobile network operator. The two fields represent phone with dual sim coverage.
  • MNC1 Retrieves the Mobile Network Code (MNC). It used with the Mobile Country Code (MCC) to uniquely identify a mobile network operator. The two fields represent phone with dual sim coverage.
  • MobileOperatorBilling Represents the telephone company that provides services for mobile phone users.
  • MobileOperatorCommercialized Represents which reseller and geography the phone is commercialized for. This is the set of values on the phone for who and where it was intended to be used. For example, the commercialized mobile operator code AT&T in the US would be ATT-US.
  • MobileOperatorNetwork0 Represents the operator of the current mobile network that the device is used on. (AT&T, T-Mobile, Vodafone). The two fields represent phone with dual sim coverage.
  • MobileOperatorNetwork1 Represents the operator of the current mobile network that the device is used on. (AT&T, T-Mobile, Vodafone). The two fields represent phone with dual sim coverage.
  • NetworkAdapterGUID The GUID of the primary network adapter.
  • NetworkCost Represents the network cost associated with a connection.
  • SPN0 Retrieves the Service Provider Name (SPN). For example, these might be AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, or Verizon. The two fields represent phone with dual sim coverage.
  • SPN1 Retrieves the Service Provider Name (SPN). For example, these might be AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, or Verizon. The two fields represent phone with dual sim coverage.

Census.OS

This event sends data about the operating system such as the version, locale, update service configuration, when and how it was originally installed, and whether it is a virtual device, to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • ActivationChannel Retrieves the retail license key or Volume license key for a machine.
  • AssignedAccessStatus Kiosk configuration mode.
  • CompactOS Indicates if the Compact OS feature from Win10 is enabled.
  • DeveloperUnlockStatus Represents if a device has been developer unlocked by the user or Group Policy.
  • DeviceTimeZone The time zone that is set on the device. Example: Pacific Standard Time
  • GenuineState Retrieves the ID Value specifying the OS Genuine check.
  • InstallationType Retrieves the type of OS installation. (Clean, Upgrade, Reset, Refresh, Update).
  • InstallLanguage The first language installed on the user machine.
  • IsDeviceRetailDemo Retrieves if the device is running in demo mode.
  • IsEduData Returns Boolean if the education data policy is enabled.
  • IsPortableOperatingSystem Retrieves whether OS is running Windows-To-Go
  • IsSecureBootEnabled Retrieves whether Boot chain is signed under UEFI.
  • LanguagePacks The list of language packages installed on the device.
  • LicenseStateReason Retrieves why (or how) a system is licensed or unlicensed. The HRESULT may indicate an error code that indicates a key blocked error, or it may indicate that we are running an OS License granted by the MS store.
  • OA3xOriginalProductKey Retrieves the License key stamped by the OEM to the machine.
  • OSEdition Retrieves the version of the current OS.
  • OSInstallType Retrieves a numeric description of what install was used on the device i.e. clean, upgrade, refresh, reset, etc
  • OSOOBEDateTime Retrieves Out of Box Experience (OOBE) Date in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).
  • OSSKU Retrieves the Friendly Name of OS Edition.
  • OSSubscriptionStatus Represents the existing status for enterprise subscription feature for PRO machines.
  • OSSubscriptionTypeId Returns boolean for enterprise subscription feature for selected PRO machines.
  • OSTimeZoneBiasInMins Retrieves the time zone set on machine.
  • OSUILocale Retrieves the locale of the UI that is currently used by the OS.
  • ProductActivationResult Returns Boolean if the OS Activation was successful.
  • ProductActivationTime Returns the OS Activation time for tracking piracy issues.
  • ProductKeyID2 Retrieves the License key if the machine is updated with a new license key.
  • RACw7Id Retrieves the Microsoft Reliability Analysis Component (RAC) Win7 Identifier. RAC is used to monitor and analyze system usage and reliability.
  • ServiceMachineIP Retrieves the IP address of the KMS host used for anti-piracy.
  • ServiceMachinePort Retrieves the port of the KMS host used for anti-piracy.
  • ServiceProductKeyID Retrieves the License key of the KMS
  • SharedPCMode Returns Boolean for education devices used as shared cart
  • Signature Retrieves if it is a signature machine sold by Microsoft store.
  • SLICStatus Whether a SLIC table exists on the device.
  • SLICVersion Returns OS type/version from SLIC table.

Census.PrivacySettings

This event provides information about the device level privacy settings and whether device-level access was granted to these capabilities. Not all settings are applicable to all devices. Each field records the consent state for the corresponding privacy setting. The consent state is encoded as a 16-bit signed integer, where the first 8 bits represents the effective consent value, and the last 8 bits represent the authority that set the value. The effective consent (first 8 bits) is one of the following values: -3 = unexpected consent value, -2 = value was not requested, -1 = an error occurred while attempting to retrieve the value, 0 = undefined, 1 = allow, 2 = deny, 3 = prompt. The consent authority (last 8 bits) is one of the following values: -3 = unexpected authority, -2 = value was not requested, -1 = an error occurred while attempting to retrieve the value, 0 = system, 1 = a higher authority (a gating setting, the system-wide setting, or a group policy), 2 = advertising ID group policy, 3 = advertising ID policy for child account, 4 = privacy setting provider doesn't know the actual consent authority, 5 = consent was not configured and a default set in code was used, 6 = system default, 7 = organization policy, 8 = OneSettings.

The following fields are available:

  • Activity Current state of the activity history setting.
  • ActivityHistoryCloudSync Current state of the activity history cloud sync setting.
  • ActivityHistoryCollection Current state of the activity history collection setting.
  • AdvertisingId Current state of the advertising ID setting.
  • AppDiagnostics Current state of the app diagnostics setting.
  • Appointments Current state of the calendar setting.
  • AppointmentsSystem Current state of the calendar setting.
  • Bluetooth Current state of the Bluetooth capability setting.
  • BluetoothSync Current state of the Bluetooth sync capability setting.
  • BroadFileSystemAccess Current state of the broad file system access setting.
  • CellularData Current state of the cellular data capability setting.
  • Chat Current state of the chat setting.
  • ChatSystem Current state of the chat setting.
  • Contacts Current state of the contacts setting.
  • ContactsSystem Current state of the Contacts setting.
  • DocumentsLibrary Current state of the documents library setting.
  • Email Current state of the email setting.
  • EmailSystem Current state of the email setting.
  • FindMyDevice Current state of the "find my device" setting.
  • GazeInput Current state of the gaze input setting.
  • HumanInterfaceDevice Current state of the human interface device setting.
  • InkTypeImprovement Current state of the improve inking and typing setting.
  • Location Current state of the location setting.
  • LocationHistory Current state of the location history setting.
  • LocationHistoryCloudSync Current state of the location history cloud sync setting.
  • LocationHistoryOnTimeline Current state of the location history on timeline setting.
  • Microphone Current state of the microphone setting.
  • PhoneCall Current state of the phone call setting.
  • PhoneCallHistory Current state of the call history setting.
  • PhoneCallHistorySystem Current state of the call history setting.
  • PicturesLibrary Current state of the pictures library setting.
  • Radios Current state of the radios setting.
  • SensorsCustom Current state of the custom sensor setting.
  • SerialCommunication Current state of the serial communication setting.
  • Sms Current state of the text messaging setting.
  • SpeechPersonalization Current state of the speech services setting.
  • USB Current state of the USB setting.
  • UserAccountInformation Current state of the account information setting.
  • UserDataTasks Current state of the tasks setting.
  • UserDataTasksSystem Current state of the tasks setting.
  • UserNotificationListener Current state of the notifications setting.
  • VideosLibrary Current state of the videos library setting.
  • Webcam Current state of the camera setting.
  • WiFiDirect Current state of the Wi-Fi direct setting.

Census.Processor

This event sends data about the processor to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • KvaShadow This is the micro code information of the processor.
  • MMSettingOverride Microcode setting of the processor.
  • MMSettingOverrideMask Microcode setting override of the processor.
  • PreviousUpdateRevision Previous microcode revision
  • ProcessorArchitecture Retrieves the processor architecture of the installed operating system.
  • ProcessorClockSpeed Clock speed of the processor in MHz.
  • ProcessorCores Number of logical cores in the processor.
  • ProcessorIdentifier Processor Identifier of a manufacturer.
  • ProcessorManufacturer Name of the processor manufacturer.
  • ProcessorModel Name of the processor model.
  • ProcessorPhysicalCores Number of physical cores in the processor.
  • ProcessorUpdateRevision The microcode revision.
  • ProcessorUpdateStatus Enum value that represents the processor microcode load status
  • SocketCount Count of CPU sockets.
  • SpeculationControl If the system has enabled protections needed to validate the speculation control vulnerability.

Census.Security

This event provides information on about security settings used to help keep Windows up to date and secure.

The following fields are available:

  • AvailableSecurityProperties This field helps to enumerate and report state on the relevant security properties for Device Guard.
  • CGRunning Credential Guard isolates and hardens key system and user secrets against compromise, helping to minimize the impact and breadth of a Pass the Hash style attack in the event that malicious code is already running via a local or network based vector. This field tells if Credential Guard is running.
  • DGState This field summarizes the Device Guard state.
  • HVCIRunning Hypervisor Code Integrity (HVCI) enables Device Guard to help protect kernel mode processes and drivers from vulnerability exploits and zero days. HVCI uses the processor’s functionality to force all software running in kernel mode to safely allocate memory. This field tells if HVCI is running.
  • IsSawGuest Indicates whether the device is running as a Secure Admin Workstation Guest.
  • IsSawHost Indicates whether the device is running as a Secure Admin Workstation Host.
  • RequiredSecurityProperties Describes the required security properties to enable virtualization-based security.
  • SecureBootCapable Systems that support Secure Boot can have the feature turned off via BIOS. This field tells if the system is capable of running Secure Boot, regardless of the BIOS setting.
  • SModeState The Windows S mode trail state.
  • VBSState Virtualization-based security (VBS) uses the hypervisor to help protect the kernel and other parts of the operating system. Credential Guard and Hypervisor Code Integrity (HVCI) both depend on VBS to isolate/protect secrets, and kernel-mode code integrity validation. VBS has a tri-state that can be Disabled, Enabled, or Running.

Census.Speech

This event is used to gather basic speech settings on the device.

The following fields are available:

  • AboveLockEnabled Cortana setting that represents if Cortana can be invoked when the device is locked.
  • GPAllowInputPersonalization Indicates if a Group Policy setting has enabled speech functionalities.
  • HolographicSpeechInputDisabled Holographic setting that represents if the attached HMD devices have speech functionality disabled by the user.
  • HolographicSpeechInputDisabledRemote Indicates if a remote policy has disabled speech functionalities for the HMD devices.
  • KeyVer Version information for the census speech event.
  • KWSEnabled Cortana setting that represents if a user has enabled the "Hey Cortana" keyword spotter (KWS).
  • MDMAllowInputPersonalization Indicates if an MDM policy has enabled speech functionalities.
  • RemotelyManaged Indicates if the device is being controlled by a remote administrator (MDM or Group Policy) in the context of speech functionalities.
  • SpeakerIdEnabled Cortana setting that represents if keyword detection has been trained to try to respond to a single user's voice.
  • SpeechServicesEnabled Windows setting that represents whether a user is opted-in for speech services on the device.
  • SpeechServicesValueSource Indicates the deciding factor for the effective online speech recognition privacy policy settings: remote admin, local admin, or user preference.

Census.Storage

This event sends data about the total capacity of the system volume and primary disk, to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • PrimaryDiskTotalCapacity Retrieves the amount of disk space on the primary disk of the device in MB.
  • PrimaryDiskType Retrieves an enumerator value of type STORAGE_BUS_TYPE that indicates the type of bus to which the device is connected. This should be used to interpret the raw device properties at the end of this structure (if any).
  • StorageReservePassedPolicy Indicates whether the Storage Reserve policy, which ensures that updates have enough disk space and customers are on the latest OS, is enabled on this device.
  • SystemVolumeTotalCapacity Retrieves the size of the partition that the System volume is installed on in MB.

Census.Userdefault

This event sends data about the current user's default preferences for browser and several of the most popular extensions and protocols, to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • CalendarType The calendar identifiers that are used to specify different calendars.
  • DefaultApp The current uer's default program selected for the following extension or protocol: .html, .htm, .jpg, .jpeg, .png, .mp3, .mp4, .mov, .pdf.
  • DefaultBrowserProgId The ProgramId of the current user's default browser.
  • LongDateFormat The long date format the user has selected.
  • ShortDateFormat The short date format the user has selected.

Census.UserDisplay

This event sends data about the logical/physical display size, resolution and number of internal/external displays, and VRAM on the system, to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • InternalPrimaryDisplayLogicalDPIX Retrieves the logical DPI in the x-direction of the internal display.
  • InternalPrimaryDisplayLogicalDPIY Retrieves the logical DPI in the y-direction of the internal display.
  • InternalPrimaryDisplayPhysicalDPIX Retrieves the physical DPI in the x-direction of the internal display.
  • InternalPrimaryDisplayPhysicalDPIY Retrieves the physical DPI in the y-direction of the internal display.
  • InternalPrimaryDisplayResolutionHorizontal Retrieves the number of pixels in the horizontal direction of the internal display.
  • InternalPrimaryDisplayResolutionVertical Retrieves the number of pixels in the vertical direction of the internal display.
  • InternalPrimaryDisplaySizePhysicalH Retrieves the physical horizontal length of the display in mm. Used for calculating the diagonal length in inches .
  • InternalPrimaryDisplaySizePhysicalY Retrieves the physical vertical length of the display in mm. Used for calculating the diagonal length in inches
  • NumberofExternalDisplays Retrieves the number of external displays connected to the machine
  • NumberofInternalDisplays Retrieves the number of internal displays in a machine.
  • VRAMDedicated Retrieves the video RAM in MB.
  • VRAMDedicatedSystem Retrieves the amount of memory on the dedicated video card.
  • VRAMSharedSystem Retrieves the amount of RAM memory that the video card can use.

Census.UserNLS

This event sends data about the default app language, input, and display language preferences set by the user, to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • DefaultAppLanguage The current user Default App Language.
  • DisplayLanguage The current user preferred Windows Display Language.
  • HomeLocation The current user location, which is populated using GetUserGeoId() function.
  • KeyboardInputLanguages The Keyboard input languages installed on the device.
  • SpeechInputLanguages The Speech Input languages installed on the device.

Census.UserPrivacySettings

This event provides information about the current users privacy settings and whether device-level access was granted to these capabilities. Not all settings are applicable to all devices. Each field records the consent state for the corresponding privacy setting. The consent state is encoded as a 16-bit signed integer, where the first 8 bits represents the effective consent value, and the last 8 bits represents the authority that set the value. The effective consent is one of the following values: -3 = unexpected consent value, -2 = value was not requested, -1 = an error occurred while attempting to retrieve the value, 0 = undefined, 1 = allow, 2 = deny, 3 = prompt. The consent authority is one of the following values: -3 = unexpected authority, -2 = value was not requested, -1 = an error occurred while attempting to retrieve the value, 0 = user, 1 = a higher authority (a gating setting, the system-wide setting, or a group policy), 2 = advertising ID group policy, 3 = advertising ID policy for child account, 4 = privacy setting provider doesn't know the actual consent authority, 5 = consent was not configured and a default set in code was used, 6 = system default, 7 = organization policy, 8 = OneSettings.

The following fields are available:

  • Activity Current state of the activity history setting.
  • ActivityHistoryCloudSync Current state of the activity history cloud sync setting.
  • ActivityHistoryCollection Current state of the activity history collection setting.
  • AdvertisingId Current state of the advertising ID setting.
  • AppDiagnostics Current state of the app diagnostics setting.
  • Appointments Current state of the calendar setting.
  • AppointmentsSystem Current state of the calendar setting.
  • Bluetooth Current state of the Bluetooth capability setting.
  • BluetoothSync Current state of the Bluetooth sync capability setting.
  • BroadFileSystemAccess Current state of the broad file system access setting.
  • CellularData Current state of the cellular data capability setting.
  • Chat Current state of the chat setting.
  • ChatSystem Current state of the chat setting.
  • Contacts Current state of the contacts setting.
  • ContactsSystem Current state of the Contacts setting.
  • DocumentsLibrary Current state of the documents library setting.
  • Email Current state of the email setting.
  • EmailSystem Current state of the email setting.
  • GazeInput Current state of the gaze input setting.
  • HumanInterfaceDevice Current state of the human interface device setting.
  • InkTypeImprovement Current state of the improve inking and typing setting.
  • InkTypePersonalization Current state of the inking and typing personalization setting.
  • Location Current state of the location setting.
  • LocationHistory Current state of the location history setting.
  • LocationHistoryCloudSync Current state of the location history cloud sync setting.
  • LocationHistoryOnTimeline Current state of the location history on timeline setting.
  • Microphone Current state of the microphone setting.
  • PhoneCall Current state of the phone call setting.
  • PhoneCallHistory Current state of the call history setting.
  • PhoneCallHistorySystem Current state of the call history setting.
  • PicturesLibrary Current state of the pictures library setting.
  • Radios Current state of the radios setting.
  • SensorsCustom Current state of the custom sensor setting.
  • SerialCommunication Current state of the serial communication setting.
  • Sms Current state of the text messaging setting.
  • SpeechPersonalization Current state of the speech services setting.
  • USB Current state of the USB setting.
  • UserAccountInformation Current state of the account information setting.
  • UserDataTasks Current state of the tasks setting.
  • UserDataTasksSystem Current state of the tasks setting.
  • UserNotificationListener Current state of the notifications setting.
  • VideosLibrary Current state of the videos library setting.
  • Webcam Current state of the camera setting.
  • WiFiDirect Current state of the Wi-Fi direct setting.

Census.VM

This event sends data indicating whether virtualization is enabled on the device, and its various characteristics, to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • CloudService Indicates which cloud service, if any, that this virtual machine is running within.
  • HyperVisor Retrieves whether the current OS is running on top of a Hypervisor.
  • IOMMUPresent Represents if an input/output memory management unit (IOMMU) is present.
  • IsVDI Is the device using Virtual Desktop Infrastructure?
  • IsVirtualDevice Retrieves that when the Hypervisor is Microsoft's Hyper-V Hypervisor or other Hv#1 Hypervisor, this field will be set to FALSE for the Hyper-V host OS and TRUE for any guest OS's. This field should not be relied upon for non-Hv#1 Hypervisors.
  • SLATSupported Represents whether Second Level Address Translation (SLAT) is supported by the hardware.
  • VirtualizationFirmwareEnabled Represents whether virtualization is enabled in the firmware.

Census.WU

This event sends data about the Windows update server and other App store policies, to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • AppraiserGatedStatus Indicates whether a device has been gated for upgrading.
  • AppStoreAutoUpdate Retrieves the Appstore settings for auto upgrade. (Enable/Disabled).
  • AppStoreAutoUpdateMDM Retrieves the App Auto Update value for MDM: 0 - Disallowed. 1 - Allowed. 2 - Not configured. Default: [2] Not configured
  • AppStoreAutoUpdatePolicy Retrieves the Microsoft Store App Auto Update group policy setting
  • DelayUpgrade Retrieves the Windows upgrade flag for delaying upgrades.
  • OSAssessmentFeatureOutOfDate How many days has it been since a the last feature update was released but the device did not install it?
  • OSAssessmentForFeatureUpdate Is the device is on the latest feature update?
  • OSAssessmentForQualityUpdate Is the device on the latest quality update?
  • OSAssessmentForSecurityUpdate Is the device on the latest security update?
  • OSAssessmentQualityOutOfDate How many days has it been since a the last quality update was released but the device did not install it?
  • OSAssessmentReleaseInfoTime The freshness of release information used to perform an assessment.
  • OSRollbackCount The number of times feature updates have rolled back on the device.
  • OSRolledBack A flag that represents when a feature update has rolled back during setup.
  • OSUninstalled A flag that represents when a feature update is uninstalled on a device .
  • OSWUAutoUpdateOptions Retrieves the auto update settings on the device.
  • OSWUAutoUpdateOptionsSource The source of auto update setting that appears in the OSWUAutoUpdateOptions field. For example: Group Policy (GP), Mobile Device Management (MDM), and Default.
  • UninstallActive A flag that represents when a device has uninstalled a previous upgrade recently.
  • UpdateServiceURLConfigured Retrieves if the device is managed by Windows Server Update Services (WSUS).
  • WUDeferUpdatePeriod Retrieves if deferral is set for Updates.
  • WUDeferUpgradePeriod Retrieves if deferral is set for Upgrades.
  • WUDODownloadMode Retrieves whether DO is turned on and how to acquire/distribute updates Delivery Optimization (DO) allows users to deploy previously downloaded WU updates to other devices on the same network.
  • WUMachineId Retrieves the Windows Update (WU) Machine Identifier.
  • WUPauseState Retrieves WU setting to determine if updates are paused.
  • WUServer Retrieves the HTTP(S) URL of the WSUS server that is used by Automatic Updates and API callers (by default).

Common data extensions

Common Data Extensions.app

Describes the properties of the running application. This extension could be populated by a client app or a web app.

The following fields are available:

  • asId An integer value that represents the app session. This value starts at 0 on the first app launch and increments after each subsequent app launch per boot session.
  • env The environment from which the event was logged.
  • expId Associates a flight, such as an OS flight, or an experiment, such as a web site UX experiment, with an event.
  • id Represents a unique identifier of the client application currently loaded in the process producing the event; and is used to group events together and understand usage pattern, errors by application.
  • locale The locale of the app.
  • name The name of the app.
  • userId The userID as known by the application.
  • ver Represents the version number of the application. Used to understand errors by Version, Usage by Version across an app.

Common Data Extensions.container

Describes the properties of the container for events logged within a container.

The following fields are available:

  • epoch An ID that's incremented for each SDK initialization.
  • localId The device ID as known by the client.
  • osVer The operating system version.
  • seq An ID that's incremented for each event.
  • type The container type. Examples: Process or VMHost

Common Data Extensions.device

Describes the device-related fields.

The following fields are available:

  • deviceClass The device classification. For example, Desktop, Server, or Mobile.
  • localId A locally-defined unique ID for the device. This is not the human-readable device name. Most likely equal to the value stored at HKLM\Software\Microsoft\SQMClient\MachineId
  • make Device manufacturer.
  • model Device model.

Common Data Extensions.Envelope

Represents an envelope that contains all of the common data extensions.

The following fields are available:

  • data Represents the optional unique diagnostic data for a particular event schema.
  • ext_app Describes the properties of the running application. This extension could be populated by either a client app or a web app. See Common Data Extensions.app.
  • ext_container Describes the properties of the container for events logged within a container. See Common Data Extensions.container.
  • ext_device Describes the device-related fields. See Common Data Extensions.device.
  • ext_mscv Describes the correlation vector-related fields. See Common Data Extensions.mscv.
  • ext_os Describes the operating system properties that would be populated by the client. See Common Data Extensions.os.
  • ext_sdk Describes the fields related to a platform library required for a specific SDK. See Common Data Extensions.sdk.
  • ext_user Describes the fields related to a user. See Common Data Extensions.user.
  • ext_utc Describes the fields that might be populated by a logging library on Windows. See Common Data Extensions.utc.
  • ext_xbl Describes the fields related to XBOX Live. See Common Data Extensions.xbl.
  • iKey Represents an ID for applications or other logical groupings of events.
  • name Represents the uniquely qualified name for the event.
  • time Represents the event date time in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) when the event was generated on the client. This should be in ISO 8601 format.
  • ver Represents the major and minor version of the extension.

Common Data Extensions.mscv

Describes the correlation vector-related fields.

The following fields are available:

  • cV Represents the Correlation Vector: A single field for tracking partial order of related events across component boundaries.

Common Data Extensions.os

Describes some properties of the operating system.

The following fields are available:

  • bootId An integer value that represents the boot session. This value starts at 0 on first boot after OS install and increments after every reboot.
  • expId Represents the experiment ID. The standard for associating a flight, such as an OS flight (pre-release build), or an experiment, such as a web site UX experiment, with an event is to record the flight / experiment IDs in Part A of the common schema.
  • locale Represents the locale of the operating system.
  • name Represents the operating system name.
  • ver Represents the major and minor version of the extension.

Common Data Extensions.sdk

Used by platform specific libraries to record fields that are required for a specific SDK.

The following fields are available:

  • epoch An ID that is incremented for each SDK initialization.
  • installId An ID that's created during the initialization of the SDK for the first time.
  • libVer The SDK version.
  • seq An ID that is incremented for each event.
  • ver The version of the logging SDK.

Common Data Extensions.user

Describes the fields related to a user.

The following fields are available:

  • authId This is an ID of the user associated with this event that is deduced from a token such as a Microsoft Account ticket or an XBOX token.
  • locale The language and region.
  • localId Represents a unique user identity that is created locally and added by the client. This is not the user's account ID.

Common Data Extensions.utc

Describes the properties that could be populated by a logging library on Windows.

The following fields are available:

  • aId Represents the ETW ActivityId. Logged via TraceLogging or directly via ETW.
  • bSeq Upload buffer sequence number in the format: buffer identifier:sequence number
  • cat Represents a bitmask of the ETW Keywords associated with the event.
  • cpId The composer ID, such as Reference, Desktop, Phone, Holographic, Hub, IoT Composer.
  • epoch Represents the epoch and seqNum fields, which help track how many events were fired and how many events were uploaded, and enables identification of data lost during upload and de-duplication of events on the ingress server.
  • eventFlags Represents a collection of bits that describe how the event should be processed by the Connected User Experience and Telemetry component pipeline. The lowest-order byte is the event persistence. The next byte is the event latency.
  • flags Represents the bitmap that captures various Windows specific flags.
  • loggingBinary The binary (executable, library, driver, etc.) that fired the event.
  • mon Combined monitor and event sequence numbers in the format: monitor sequence : event sequence
  • op Represents the ETW Op Code.
  • pgName The short form of the provider group name associated with the event.
  • popSample Represents the effective sample rate for this event at the time it was generated by a client.
  • providerGuid The ETW provider ID associated with the provider name.
  • raId Represents the ETW Related ActivityId. Logged via TraceLogging or directly via ETW.
  • seq Represents the sequence field used to track absolute order of uploaded events. It is an incrementing identifier for each event added to the upload queue. The Sequence helps track how many events were fired and how many events were uploaded and enables identification of data lost during upload and de-duplication of events on the ingress server.
  • stId Represents the Scenario Entry Point ID. This is a unique GUID for each event in a diagnostic scenario. This used to be Scenario Trigger ID.
  • wcmp The Windows Shell Composer ID.
  • wPId The Windows Core OS product ID.
  • wsId The Windows Core OS session ID.

Common Data Extensions.xbl

Describes the fields that are related to XBOX Live.

The following fields are available:

  • claims Any additional claims whose short claim name hasn't been added to this structure.
  • did XBOX device ID
  • dty XBOX device type
  • dvr The version of the operating system on the device.
  • eid A unique ID that represents the developer entity.
  • exp Expiration time
  • ip The IP address of the client device.
  • nbf Not before time
  • pid A comma separated list of PUIDs listed as base10 numbers.
  • sbx XBOX sandbox identifier
  • sid The service instance ID.
  • sty The service type.
  • tid The XBOX Live title ID.
  • tvr The XBOX Live title version.
  • uts A bit field, with 2 bits being assigned to each user ID listed in xid. This field is omitted if all users are retail accounts.
  • xid A list of base10-encoded XBOX User IDs.

Common data fields

Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange

Describes the installation state for all hardware and software components available on a particular device.

The following fields are available:

  • action The change that was invoked on a device inventory object.
  • inventoryId Device ID used for Compatibility testing
  • objectInstanceId Object identity which is unique within the device scope.
  • objectType Indicates the object type that the event applies to.
  • syncId A string used to group StartSync, EndSync, Add, and Remove operations that belong together. This field is unique by Sync period and is used to disambiguate in situations where multiple agents perform overlapping inventories for the same object.

Component-based servicing events

CbsServicingProvider.CbsCapabilityEnumeration

This event reports on the results of scanning for optional Windows content on Windows Update.

The following fields are available:

  • architecture Indicates the scan was limited to the specified architecture.
  • capabilityCount The number of optional content packages found during the scan.
  • clientId The name of the application requesting the optional content.
  • duration The amount of time it took to complete the scan.
  • hrStatus The HReturn code of the scan.
  • language Indicates the scan was limited to the specified language.
  • majorVersion Indicates the scan was limited to the specified major version.
  • minorVersion Indicates the scan was limited to the specified minor version.
  • namespace Indicates the scan was limited to packages in the specified namespace.
  • sourceFilter A bitmask indicating the scan checked for locally available optional content.
  • stackBuild The build number of the servicing stack.
  • stackMajorVersion The major version number of the servicing stack.
  • stackMinorVersion The minor version number of the servicing stack.
  • stackRevision The revision number of the servicing stack.

CbsServicingProvider.CbsCapabilitySessionFinalize

This event provides information about the results of installing or uninstalling optional Windows content from Windows Update.

The following fields are available:

  • capabilities The names of the optional content packages that were installed.
  • clientId The name of the application requesting the optional content.
  • currentID The ID of the current install session.
  • downloadSource The source of the download.
  • highestState The highest final install state of the optional content.
  • hrLCUReservicingStatus Indicates whether the optional content was updated to the latest available version.
  • hrStatus The HReturn code of the install operation.
  • rebootCount The number of reboots required to complete the install.
  • retryID The session ID that will be used to retry a failed operation.
  • retryStatus Indicates whether the install will be retried in the event of failure.
  • stackBuild The build number of the servicing stack.
  • stackMajorVersion The major version number of the servicing stack.
  • stackMinorVersion The minor version number of the servicing stack.
  • stackRevision The revision number of the servicing stack.

CbsServicingProvider.CbsCapabilitySessionPended

This event provides information about the results of installing optional Windows content that requires a reboot to keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • clientId The name of the application requesting the optional content.
  • pendingDecision Indicates the cause of reboot, if applicable.

CbsServicingProvider.CbsQualityUpdateInstall

This event reports on the performance and reliability results of installing Servicing content from Windows Update to keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • buildVersion The build version number of the update package.
  • clientId The name of the application requesting the optional content.
  • corruptionHistoryFlags A bitmask of the types of component store corruption that have caused update failures on the device.
  • corruptionType An enumeration listing the type of data corruption responsible for the current update failure.
  • currentStateEnd The final state of the package after the operation has completed.
  • doqTimeSeconds The time in seconds spent updating drivers.
  • executeTimeSeconds The number of seconds required to execute the install.
  • failureDetails The driver or installer that caused the update to fail.
  • failureSourceEnd An enumeration indicating at what phase of the update a failure occurred.
  • hrStatusEnd The return code of the install operation.
  • initiatedOffline A true or false value indicating whether the package was installed into an offline Windows Imaging Format (WIM) file.
  • majorVersion The major version number of the update package.
  • minorVersion The minor version number of the update package.
  • originalState The starting state of the package.
  • overallTimeSeconds The time (in seconds) to perform the overall servicing operation.
  • planTimeSeconds The time in seconds required to plan the update operations.
  • poqTimeSeconds The time in seconds processing file and registry operations.
  • postRebootTimeSeconds The time (in seconds) to do startup processing for the update.
  • preRebootTimeSeconds The time (in seconds) between execution of the installation and the reboot.
  • primitiveExecutionContext An enumeration indicating at what phase of shutdown or startup the update was installed.
  • rebootCount The number of reboots required to install the update.
  • rebootTimeSeconds The time (in seconds) before startup processing begins for the update.
  • resolveTimeSeconds The time in seconds required to resolve the packages that are part of the update.
  • revisionVersion The revision version number of the update package.
  • rptTimeSeconds The time in seconds spent executing installer plugins.
  • shutdownTimeSeconds The time (in seconds) required to do shutdown processing for the update.
  • stackRevision The revision number of the servicing stack.
  • stageTimeSeconds The time (in seconds) required to stage all files that are part of the update.

CbsServicingProvider.CbsSelectableUpdateChangeV2

This event reports the results of enabling or disabling optional Windows Content to keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • applicableUpdateState Indicates the highest applicable state of the optional content.
  • buildVersion The build version of the package being installed.
  • clientId The name of the application requesting the optional content change.
  • downloadSource Indicates if optional content was obtained from Windows Update or a locally accessible file.
  • downloadtimeInSeconds Indicates if optional content was obtained from Windows Update or a locally accessible file.
  • executionID A unique ID used to identify events associated with a single servicing operation and not reused for future operations.
  • executionSequence A counter that tracks the number of servicing operations attempted on the device.
  • firstMergedExecutionSequence The value of a pervious executionSequence counter that is being merged with the current operation, if applicable.
  • firstMergedID A unique ID of a pervious servicing operation that is being merged with this operation, if applicable.
  • hrDownloadResult The return code of the download operation.
  • hrStatusUpdate The return code of the servicing operation.
  • identityHash A pseudonymized (hashed) identifier for the Windows Package that is being installed or uninstalled.
  • initiatedOffline Indicates whether the operation was performed against an offline Windows image file or a running instance of Windows.
  • majorVersion The major version of the package being installed.
  • minorVersion The minor version of the package being installed.
  • packageArchitecture The architecture of the package being installed.
  • packageLanguage The language of the package being installed.
  • packageName The name of the package being installed.
  • rebootRequired Indicates whether a reboot is required to complete the operation.
  • revisionVersion The revision number of the package being installed.
  • stackBuild The build number of the servicing stack binary performing the installation.
  • stackMajorVersion The major version number of the servicing stack binary performing the installation.
  • stackMinorVersion The minor version number of the servicing stack binary performing the installation.
  • stackRevision The revision number of the servicing stack binary performing the installation.
  • updateName The name of the optional Windows Operation System feature being enabled or disabled.
  • updateStartState A value indicating the state of the optional content before the operation started.
  • updateTargetState A value indicating the desired state of the optional content.

Diagnostic data events

TelClientSynthetic.AbnormalShutdown_0

This event sends data about boot IDs for which a normal clean shutdown was not observed, to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • AbnormalShutdownBootId BootId of the abnormal shutdown being reported by this event.
  • AbsCausedbyAutoChk This flag is set when AutoCheck forces a device restart to indicate that the shutdown was not an abnormal shutdown.
  • AcDcStateAtLastShutdown Identifies if the device was on battery or plugged in.
  • BatteryLevelAtLastShutdown The last recorded battery level.
  • BatteryPercentageAtLastShutdown The battery percentage at the last shutdown.
  • CrashDumpEnabled Are crash dumps enabled?
  • CumulativeCrashCount Cumulative count of operating system crashes since the BootId reset.
  • CurrentBootId BootId at the time the abnormal shutdown event was being reported.
  • Firmwaredata->ResetReasonEmbeddedController The reset reason that was supplied by the firmware.
  • Firmwaredata->ResetReasonEmbeddedControllerAdditional Additional data related to reset reason provided by the firmware.
  • Firmwaredata->ResetReasonPch The reset reason that was supplied by the hardware.
  • Firmwaredata->ResetReasonPchAdditional Additional data related to the reset reason supplied by the hardware.
  • Firmwaredata->ResetReasonSupplied Indicates whether the firmware supplied any reset reason or not.
  • FirmwareType ID of the FirmwareType as enumerated in DimFirmwareType.
  • HardwareWatchdogTimerGeneratedLastReset Indicates whether the hardware watchdog timer caused the last reset.
  • HardwareWatchdogTimerPresent Indicates whether hardware watchdog timer was present or not.
  • InvalidBootStat This is a sanity check flag that ensures the validity of the bootstat file.
  • LastBugCheckBootId bootId of the last captured crash.
  • LastBugCheckCode Code that indicates the type of error.
  • LastBugCheckContextFlags Additional crash dump settings.
  • LastBugCheckOriginalDumpType The type of crash dump the system intended to save.
  • LastBugCheckOtherSettings Other crash dump settings.
  • LastBugCheckParameter1 The first parameter with additional info on the type of the error.
  • LastBugCheckProgress Progress towards writing out the last crash dump.
  • LastBugCheckVersion The version of the information struct written during the crash.
  • LastSuccessfullyShutdownBootId BootId of the last fully successful shutdown.
  • LongPowerButtonPressDetected Identifies if the user was pressing and holding power button.
  • OOBEInProgress Identifies if OOBE is running.
  • OSSetupInProgress Identifies if the operating system setup is running.
  • PowerButtonCumulativePressCount How many times has the power button been pressed?
  • PowerButtonCumulativeReleaseCount How many times has the power button been released?
  • PowerButtonErrorCount Indicates the number of times there was an error attempting to record power button metrics.
  • PowerButtonLastPressBootId BootId of the last time the power button was pressed.
  • PowerButtonLastPressTime Date and time of the last time the power button was pressed.
  • PowerButtonLastReleaseBootId BootId of the last time the power button was released.
  • PowerButtonLastReleaseTime Date and time of the last time the power button was released.
  • PowerButtonPressCurrentCsPhase Represents the phase of Connected Standby exit when the power button was pressed.
  • PowerButtonPressIsShutdownInProgress Indicates whether a system shutdown was in progress at the last time the power button was pressed.
  • PowerButtonPressLastPowerWatchdogStage Progress while the monitor is being turned on.
  • PowerButtonPressPowerWatchdogArmed Indicates whether or not the watchdog for the monitor was active at the time of the last power button press.
  • RegKeyLastShutdownBootId The last recorded boot ID.
  • ShutdownDeviceType Identifies who triggered a shutdown. Is it because of battery, thermal zones, or through a Kernel API.
  • SleepCheckpoint Provides the last checkpoint when there is a failure during a sleep transition.
  • SleepCheckpointSource Indicates whether the source is the EFI variable or bootstat file.
  • SleepCheckpointStatus Indicates whether the checkpoint information is valid.
  • StaleBootStatData Identifies if the data from bootstat is stale.
  • TransitionInfoBootId BootId of the captured transition info.
  • TransitionInfoCSCount l number of times the system transitioned from Connected Standby mode.
  • TransitionInfoCSEntryReason Indicates the reason the device last entered Connected Standby mode.
  • TransitionInfoCSExitReason Indicates the reason the device last exited Connected Standby mode.
  • TransitionInfoCSInProgress At the time the last marker was saved, the system was in or entering Connected Standby mode.
  • TransitionInfoLastReferenceTimeChecksum The checksum of TransitionInfoLastReferenceTimestamp,
  • TransitionInfoLastReferenceTimestamp The date and time that the marker was last saved.
  • TransitionInfoLidState Describes the state of the laptop lid.
  • TransitionInfoPowerButtonTimestamp The date and time of the last time the power button was pressed.
  • TransitionInfoSleepInProgress At the time the last marker was saved, the system was in or entering sleep mode.
  • TransitionInfoSleepTranstionsToOn Total number of times the device transitioned from sleep mode.
  • TransitionInfoSystemRunning At the time the last marker was saved, the device was running.
  • TransitionInfoSystemShutdownInProgress Indicates whether a device shutdown was in progress when the power button was pressed.
  • TransitionInfoUserShutdownInProgress Indicates whether a user shutdown was in progress when the power button was pressed.
  • TransitionLatestCheckpointId Represents a unique identifier for a checkpoint during the device state transition.
  • TransitionLatestCheckpointSeqNumber Represents the chronological sequence number of the checkpoint.
  • TransitionLatestCheckpointType Represents the type of the checkpoint, which can be the start of a phase, end of a phase, or just informational.
  • VirtualMachineId If the operating system is on a virtual Machine, it gives the virtual Machine ID (GUID) that can be used to correlate events on the host.

TelClientSynthetic.AuthorizationInfo_RuntimeTransition

This event sends data indicating that a device has undergone a change of telemetry opt-in level detected at UTC startup, to help keep Windows up to date. The telemetry opt-in level signals what data we are allowed to collect.

The following fields are available:

  • CanAddMsaToMsTelemetry True if we can add MSA PUID and CID to telemetry, false otherwise.
  • CanCollectAnyTelemetry True if we are allowed to collect partner telemetry, false otherwise.
  • CanCollectCoreTelemetry True if we can collect CORE/Basic telemetry, false otherwise.
  • CanCollectHeartbeats True if we can collect heartbeat telemetry, false otherwise.
  • CanCollectOsTelemetry True if we can collect diagnostic data telemetry, false otherwise.
  • CanCollectWindowsAnalyticsEvents True if we can collect Windows Analytics data, false otherwise.
  • CanPerformDiagnosticEscalations True if we can perform diagnostic escalation collection, false otherwise.
  • CanReportScenarios True if we can report scenario completions, false otherwise.
  • PreviousPermissions Bitmask of previous telemetry state.
  • TransitionFromEverythingOff True if we are transitioning from all telemetry being disabled, false otherwise.

TelClientSynthetic.AuthorizationInfo_Startup

Fired by UTC at startup to signal what data we are allowed to collect.

The following fields are available:

  • CanAddMsaToMsTelemetry True if we can add MSA PUID and CID to telemetry, false otherwise.
  • CanCollectAnyTelemetry True if we are allowed to collect partner telemetry, false otherwise.
  • CanCollectCoreTelemetry True if we can collect CORE/Basic telemetry, false otherwise.
  • CanCollectHeartbeats True if we can collect heartbeat telemetry, false otherwise.
  • CanCollectOsTelemetry True if we can collect diagnostic data telemetry, false otherwise.
  • CanCollectWindowsAnalyticsEvents True if we can collect Windows Analytics data, false otherwise.
  • CanPerformDiagnosticEscalations True if we can perform diagnostic escalation collection, false otherwise.
  • CanPerformTraceEscalations True if we can perform trace escalation collection, false otherwise.
  • CanReportScenarios True if we can report scenario completions, false otherwise.
  • PreviousPermissions Bitmask of previous telemetry state.
  • TransitionFromEverythingOff True if we are transitioning from all telemetry being disabled, false otherwise.

TelClientSynthetic.ConnectivityHeartBeat_0

This event sends data about the connectivity status of the Connected User Experience and Telemetry component that uploads telemetry events. If an unrestricted free network (such as Wi-Fi) is available, this event updates the last successful upload time. Otherwise, it checks whether a Connectivity Heartbeat event was fired in the past 24 hours, and if not, it fires an event. A Connectivity Heartbeat event also fires when a device recovers from costed network to free network.

The following fields are available:

  • CensusExitCode Returns last execution codes from census client run.
  • CensusStartTime Returns timestamp corresponding to last successful census run.
  • CensusTaskEnabled Returns Boolean value for the census task (Enable/Disable) on client machine.
  • LastConnectivityLossTime Retrieves the last time the device lost free network.
  • NetworkState Retrieves the network state: 0 = No network. 1 = Restricted network. 2 = Free network.
  • NoNetworkTime Retrieves the time spent with no network (since the last time) in seconds.
  • RestrictedNetworkTime Retrieves the time spent on a metered (cost restricted) network in seconds.

TelClientSynthetic.EventMonitor_0

This event provides statistics for specific diagnostic events.

The following fields are available:

  • ConsumerCount The number of instances seen in the Event Tracing for Windows consumer.
  • EventName The name of the event being monitored.
  • EventSnFirst The expected first event serial number.
  • EventSnLast The expected last event serial number.
  • EventStoreCount The number of events reaching the event store.
  • MonitorSn The serial number of the monitor.
  • TriggerCount The number of events reaching the trigger buffer.
  • UploadedCount The number of events uploaded.

TelClientSynthetic.GetFileInfoAction_FilePathNotApproved_0

This event occurs when the DiagTrack escalation fails due to the scenario requesting a path that is not approved for GetFileInfo actions.

The following fields are available:

  • FilePath The unexpanded path in the scenario XML.
  • FilePathExpanded The file path, with environment variables expanded.
  • FilePathExpandedScenario The file path, with property identifiers and environment variables expanded.
  • ScenarioId The globally unique identifier (GUID) of the scenario.
  • ScenarioInstanceId The error code denoting which path failed (internal or external).

TelClientSynthetic.HeartBeat_5

This event sends data about the health and quality of the diagnostic data from the given device, to help keep Windows up to date. It also enables data analysts to determine how 'trusted' the data is from a given device.

The following fields are available:

  • AgentConnectionErrorsCount Number of non-timeout errors associated with the host/agent channel.
  • CensusExitCode The last exit code of the Census task.
  • CensusStartTime Time of last Census run.
  • CensusTaskEnabled True if Census is enabled, false otherwise.
  • CompressedBytesUploaded Number of compressed bytes uploaded.
  • ConsumerDroppedCount Number of events dropped at consumer layer of telemetry client.
  • CriticalDataDbDroppedCount Number of critical data sampled events dropped at the database layer.
  • CriticalDataThrottleDroppedCount The number of critical data sampled events that were dropped because of throttling.
  • CriticalOverflowEntersCounter Number of times critical overflow mode was entered in event DB.
  • DbCriticalDroppedCount Total number of dropped critical events in event DB.
  • DbDroppedCount Number of events dropped due to DB fullness.
  • DbDroppedFailureCount Number of events dropped due to DB failures.
  • DbDroppedFullCount Number of events dropped due to DB fullness.
  • DecodingDroppedCount Number of events dropped due to decoding failures.
  • EnteringCriticalOverflowDroppedCounter Number of events dropped due to critical overflow mode being initiated.
  • EtwDroppedBufferCount Number of buffers dropped in the UTC ETW session.
  • EtwDroppedCount Number of events dropped at ETW layer of telemetry client.
  • EventsPersistedCount Number of events that reached the PersistEvent stage.
  • EventStoreLifetimeResetCounter Number of times event DB was reset for the lifetime of UTC.
  • EventStoreResetCounter Number of times event DB was reset.
  • EventStoreResetSizeSum Total size of event DB across all resets reports in this instance.
  • EventsUploaded Number of events uploaded.
  • Flags Flags indicating device state such as network state, battery state, and opt-in state.
  • FullTriggerBufferDroppedCount Number of events dropped due to trigger buffer being full.
  • HeartBeatSequenceNumber The sequence number of this heartbeat.
  • InvalidHttpCodeCount Number of invalid HTTP codes received from contacting Vortex.
  • LastAgentConnectionError Last non-timeout error encountered in the host/agent channel.
  • LastEventSizeOffender Event name of last event which exceeded max event size.
  • LastInvalidHttpCode Last invalid HTTP code received from Vortex.
  • MaxActiveAgentConnectionCount The maximum number of active agents during this heartbeat timeframe.
  • MaxInUseScenarioCounter Soft maximum number of scenarios loaded by UTC.
  • PreviousHeartBeatTime Time of last heartbeat event (allows chaining of events).
  • PrivacyBlockedCount The number of events blocked due to privacy settings or tags.
  • RepeatedUploadFailureDropped Number of events lost due to repeated upload failures for a single buffer.
  • SettingsHttpAttempts Number of attempts to contact OneSettings service.
  • SettingsHttpFailures The number of failures from contacting the OneSettings service.
  • ThrottledDroppedCount Number of events dropped due to throttling of noisy providers.
  • TopUploaderErrors List of top errors received from the upload endpoint.
  • UploaderDroppedCount Number of events dropped at the uploader layer of telemetry client.
  • UploaderErrorCount Number of errors received from the upload endpoint.
  • VortexFailuresTimeout The number of timeout failures received from Vortex.
  • VortexHttpAttempts Number of attempts to contact Vortex.
  • VortexHttpFailures4xx Number of 400-499 error codes received from Vortex.
  • VortexHttpFailures5xx Number of 500-599 error codes received from Vortex.
  • VortexHttpResponseFailures Number of Vortex responses that are not 2XX or 400.
  • VortexHttpResponsesWithDroppedEvents Number of Vortex responses containing at least 1 dropped event.

TelClientSynthetic.HeartBeat_Agent_5

This event sends data about the health and quality of the diagnostic data from the specified device (agent), to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • ConsumerDroppedCount The number of events dropped at the consumer layer of the diagnostic data collection client.
  • ContainerBufferFullDropCount The number of events dropped due to the container buffer being full.
  • ContainerBufferFullSevilleDropCount The number of “Seville” events dropped due to the container buffer being full.
  • CriticalDataThrottleDroppedCount The number of critical data sampled events dropped due to data throttling.
  • DecodingDroppedCount The number of events dropped due to decoding failures.
  • EtwDroppedBufferCount The number of buffers dropped in the ETW (Event Tracing for Windows) session.
  • EtwDroppedCount The number of events dropped at the ETW (Event Tracing for Windows) layer of the diagnostic data collection client on the user’s device.
  • EventsForwardedToHost The number of events forwarded from agent (device) to host (server).
  • FullTriggerBufferDroppedCount The number of events dropped due to the trigger buffer being full.
  • HeartBeatSequenceNumber The heartbeat sequence number associated with this event.
  • HostConnectionErrorsCount The number of non-timeout errors encountered in the host (server)/agent (device) socket transport channel.
  • HostConnectionTimeoutsCount The number of connection timeouts between the host (server) and agent (device).
  • LastHostConnectionError The last error from a connection between host (server) and agent (device).
  • PreviousHeartBeatTime The timestamp of the last heartbeat event.
  • ThrottledDroppedCount The number of events dropped due to throttling of “noisy” providers.

TelClientSynthetic.HeartBeat_DevHealthMon_5

This event sends data (for Surface Hub devices) to monitor and ensure the correct functioning of those Surface Hub devices. This data helps ensure the device is up-to-date with the latest security and safety features.

The following fields are available:

  • HeartBeatSequenceNumber The heartbeat sequence number associated with this event.
  • PreviousHeartBeatTime The timestamp of the last heartbeat event.

TelClientSynthetic.LifetimeManager_ConsumerBaseTimestampChange_0

This event sends data when the Windows Diagnostic data collection mechanism detects a timestamp adjustment for incoming diagnostic events. This data is critical for dealing with time changes during diagnostic data analysis, to help keep the device up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • NewBaseTime The new QPC (Query Performance Counter) base time from ETW (Event Tracing for Windows).
  • NewSystemTime The new system time of the device.
  • OldSystemTime The previous system time of the device.

TelClientSynthetic.MatchEngine_ScenarioCompletionThrottled_0

This event sends data when scenario completion is throttled (truncated or otherwise restricted) because the scenario is excessively large.

The following fields are available:

  • MaxHourlyCompletionsSetting The maximum number of scenario completions per hour until throttling kicks in.
  • ScenarioId The globally unique identifier (GUID) of the scenario being throttled.
  • ScenarioName The name of the scenario being throttled.

TelClientSynthetic.OsEvents_BootStatReset_0

This event sends data when the Windows diagnostic data collection mechanism resets the Boot ID. This data helps ensure Windows is up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • BootId The current Boot ID.
  • ResetReason The reason code for resetting the Boot ID.

TelClientSynthetic.ProducerThrottled_At_TriggerBuffer_0

This event sends data when a producer is throttled due to the trigger buffer exceeding defined thresholds.

The following fields are available:

  • BufferSize The size of the trigger buffer.
  • DataType The type of event that this producer generates (Event Tracing for Windows, Time, Synthetic).
  • EstSeenCount Estimated total number of inputs determining other “Est…” values.
  • EstTopEvent1Count The count for estimated “noisiest” event from this producer.
  • EstTopEvent1Name The name for estimated “noisiest” event from this producer.
  • EstTopEvent2Count The count for estimated second “noisiest” event from this producer.
  • EstTopEvent2Name The name for estimated second “noisiest” event from this producer.
  • Hit The number of events seen from this producer.
  • IKey The IKey identifier of the producer, if available.
  • ProviderId The provider ID of the producer being throttled.
  • ProviderName The provider name of the producer being throttled.
  • Threshold The threshold crossed, which caused the throttling.

TelClientSynthetic.ProducerThrottled_Event_Rate_0

This event sends data when an event producer is throttled by the Windows Diagnostic data collection mechanism. This data helps ensure Windows is up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • EstSeenCount Estimated total number of inputs determining other “Est…” values.
  • EstTopEvent1Count The count for estimated “noisiest” event from this producer.
  • EstTopEvent1Name The name for estimated “noisiest” event from this producer.
  • EstTopEvent2Count The count for estimated second “noisiest” event from this producer.
  • EstTopEvent2Name The name for estimated second “noisiest” event from this producer.
  • EventPerProviderThreshold The trigger point for throttling (value for each provider). This value is only applied once EventRateThreshold has been met.
  • EventRateThreshold The total event rate trigger point for throttling.
  • Hit The number of events seen from this producer.
  • IKey The IKey identifier of the producer, if available.
  • ProviderId The provider ID of the producer being throttled.
  • ProviderName The provider name of the producer being throttled.

TelClientSynthetic.RunExeWithArgsAction_ExeTerminated_0

This event sends data when an executable (EXE) file is terminated during escalation because it exceeded its maximum runtime (the maximum amount of time it was expected to run). This data helps ensure Windows is up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • ExpandedExeName The expanded name of the executable (EXE) file.
  • MaximumRuntimeMs The maximum runtime (in milliseconds) for this action.
  • ScenarioId The globally unique identifier (GUID) of the scenario that was terminated.
  • ScenarioInstanceId The globally unique identifier (GUID) of the scenario instance that was terminated.

TelClientSynthetic.RunExeWithArgsAction_ProcessReturnedNonZeroExitCode

This event sends data when the RunExe process finishes during escalation, but returns a non-zero exit code. This data helps ensure Windows is up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • ExitCode The exit code of the process
  • ExpandedExeName The expanded name of the executable (EXE) file.
  • ScenarioId The globally unique identifier (GUID) of the escalating scenario.
  • ScenarioInstanceId The globally unique identifier (GUID) of the scenario instance.

TelClientSynthetic.ServiceMain_DevHealthMonEvent

This event is a low latency health alert that is part of the 4Nines device health monitoring feature currently available on Surface Hub devices. For a device that is opted in, this event is sent before shutdown to signal that the device is about to be powered down.

Driver installation events

Microsoft.Windows.DriverInstall.DeviceInstall

This critical event sends information about the driver installation that took place.

The following fields are available:

  • ClassGuid The unique ID for the device class.
  • ClassLowerFilters The list of lower filter class drivers.
  • ClassUpperFilters The list of upper filter class drivers.
  • CoInstallers The list of coinstallers.
  • ConfigFlags The device configuration flags.
  • DeviceConfigured Indicates whether this device was configured through the kernel configuration.
  • DeviceInstanceId The unique identifier of the device in the system.
  • DeviceStack The device stack of the driver being installed.
  • DriverDate The date of the driver.
  • DriverDescription A description of the driver function.
  • DriverInfName Name of the INF file (the setup information file) for the driver.
  • DriverInfSectionName Name of the DDInstall section within the driver INF file.
  • DriverPackageId The ID of the driver package that is staged to the driver store.
  • DriverProvider The driver manufacturer or provider.
  • DriverUpdated Indicates whether the driver is replacing an old driver.
  • DriverVersion The version of the driver file.
  • EndTime The time the installation completed.
  • Error Provides the WIN32 error code for the installation.
  • ExtensionDrivers List of extension drivers that complement this installation.
  • FinishInstallAction Indicates whether the co-installer invoked the finish-install action.
  • FinishInstallUI Indicates whether the installation process shows the user interface.
  • FirmwareDate The firmware date that will be stored in the EFI System Resource Table (ESRT).
  • FirmwareRevision The firmware revision that will be stored in the EFI System Resource Table (ESRT).
  • FirmwareVersion The firmware version that will be stored in the EFI System Resource Table (ESRT).
  • FirstHardwareId The ID in the hardware ID list that provides the most specific device description.
  • FlightIds A list of the different Windows Insider builds on the device.
  • GenericDriver Indicates whether the driver is a generic driver.
  • Inbox Indicates whether the driver package is included with Windows.
  • InstallDate The date the driver was installed.
  • LastCompatibleId The ID in the hardware ID list that provides the least specific device description.
  • LegacyInstallReasonError The error code for the legacy installation.
  • LowerFilters The list of lower filter drivers.
  • MatchingDeviceId The hardware ID or compatible ID that Windows used to install the device instance.
  • NeedReboot Indicates whether the driver requires a reboot.
  • OriginalDriverInfName The original name of the INF file before it was renamed.
  • ParentDeviceInstanceId The device instance ID of the parent of the device.
  • PendedUntilReboot Indicates whether the installation is pending until the device is rebooted.
  • Problem Error code returned by the device after installation.
  • ProblemStatus The status of the device after the driver installation.
  • SecondaryDevice Indicates whether the device is a secondary device.
  • ServiceName The service name of the driver.
  • SetupMode Indicates whether the driver installation took place before the Out Of Box Experience (OOBE) was completed.
  • StartTime The time when the installation started.
  • SubmissionId The driver submission identifier assigned by the Windows Hardware Development Center.
  • UpperFilters The list of upper filter drivers.

Microsoft.Windows.DriverInstall.NewDevInstallDeviceEnd

This event sends data about the driver installation once it is completed.

The following fields are available:

  • DeviceInstanceId The unique identifier of the device in the system.
  • DriverUpdated Indicates whether the driver was updated.
  • Error The Win32 error code of the installation.
  • FlightId The ID of the Windows Insider build the device received.
  • InstallDate The date the driver was installed.
  • InstallFlags The driver installation flags.
  • RebootRequired Indicates whether a reboot is required after the installation.
  • RollbackPossible Indicates whether this driver can be rolled back.
  • WuTargetedHardwareId Indicates that the driver was installed because the device hardware ID was targeted by the Windows Update.
  • WuUntargetedHardwareId Indicates that the driver was installed because Windows Update performed a generic driver update for all devices of that hardware class.

Microsoft.Windows.DriverInstall.NewDevInstallDeviceStart

This event sends data about the driver that the new driver installation is replacing.

The following fields are available:

  • DeviceInstanceId The unique identifier of the device in the system.
  • FirstInstallDate The first time a driver was installed on this device.
  • LastDriverDate Date of the driver that is being replaced.
  • LastDriverInbox Indicates whether the previous driver was included with Windows.
  • LastDriverInfName Name of the INF file (the setup information file) of the driver being replaced.
  • LastDriverVersion The version of the driver that is being replaced.
  • LastFirmwareDate The date of the last firmware reported from the EFI System Resource Table (ESRT).
  • LastFirmwareRevision The last firmware revision number reported from EFI System Resource Table (ESRT).
  • LastFirmwareVersion The last firmware version reported from the EFI System Resource Table (ESRT).
  • LastInstallDate The date a driver was last installed on this device.
  • LastMatchingDeviceId The hardware ID or compatible ID that Windows last used to install the device instance.
  • LastProblem The previous problem code that was set on the device.
  • LastProblemStatus The previous problem code that was set on the device.
  • LastSubmissionId The driver submission identifier of the driver that is being replaced.

DxgKernelTelemetry events

DxgKrnlTelemetry.GPUAdapterInventoryV2

This event sends basic GPU and display driver information to keep Windows and display drivers up-to-date.

The following fields are available:

  • AdapterTypeValue The numeric value indicating the type of Graphics adapter.
  • aiSeqId The event sequence ID.
  • bootId The system boot ID.
  • BrightnessVersionViaDDI The version of the Display Brightness Interface.
  • ComputePreemptionLevel The maximum preemption level supported by GPU for compute payload.
  • DedicatedSystemMemoryB The amount of system memory dedicated for GPU use (in bytes).
  • DedicatedVideoMemoryB The amount of dedicated VRAM of the GPU (in bytes).
  • DisplayAdapterLuid The display adapter LUID.
  • DriverDate The date of the display driver.
  • DriverRank The rank of the display driver.
  • DriverVersion The display driver version.
  • DX10UMDFilePath The file path to the location of the DirectX 10 Display User Mode Driver in the Driver Store.
  • DX11UMDFilePath The file path to the location of the DirectX 11 Display User Mode Driver in the Driver Store.
  • DX12UMDFilePath The file path to the location of the DirectX 12 Display User Mode Driver in the Driver Store.
  • DX9UMDFilePath The file path to the location of the DirectX 9 Display User Mode Driver in the Driver Store.
  • GPUDeviceID The GPU device ID.
  • GPUPreemptionLevel The maximum preemption level supported by GPU for graphics payload.
  • GPURevisionID The GPU revision ID.
  • GPUVendorID The GPU vendor ID.
  • InterfaceId The GPU interface ID.
  • IsDisplayDevice Does the GPU have displaying capabilities?
  • IsHwSchSupported Indicates whether the adapter supports hardware scheduling.
  • IsHybridDiscrete Does the GPU have discrete GPU capabilities in a hybrid device?
  • IsHybridIntegrated Does the GPU have integrated GPU capabilities in a hybrid device?
  • IsLDA Is the GPU comprised of Linked Display Adapters?
  • IsMiracastSupported Does the GPU support Miracast?
  • IsMismatchLDA Is at least one device in the Linked Display Adapters chain from a different vendor?
  • IsMPOSupported Does the GPU support Multi-Plane Overlays?
  • IsMsMiracastSupported Are the GPU Miracast capabilities driven by a Microsoft solution?
  • IsPostAdapter Is this GPU the POST GPU in the device?
  • IsRemovable TRUE if the adapter supports being disabled or removed.
  • IsRenderDevice Does the GPU have rendering capabilities?
  • IsSoftwareDevice Is this a software implementation of the GPU?
  • KMDFilePath The file path to the location of the Display Kernel Mode Driver in the Driver Store.
  • MeasureEnabled Is the device listening to MICROSOFT_KEYWORD_MEASURES?
  • NumVidPnSources The number of supported display output sources.
  • NumVidPnTargets The number of supported display output targets.
  • SharedSystemMemoryB The amount of system memory shared by GPU and CPU (in bytes).
  • SubSystemID The subsystem ID.
  • SubVendorID The GPU sub vendor ID.
  • TelemetryEnabled Is the device listening to MICROSOFT_KEYWORD_TELEMETRY?
  • TelInvEvntTrigger What triggered this event to be logged? Example: 0 (GPU enumeration) or 1 (DxgKrnlTelemetry provider toggling)
  • version The event version.
  • WDDMVersion The Windows Display Driver Model version.

Failover Clustering events

Microsoft.Windows.Server.FailoverClusteringCritical.ClusterSummary2

This event returns information about how many resources and of what type are in the server cluster. This data is collected to keep Windows Server safe, secure, and up to date. The data includes information about whether hardware is configured correctly, if the software is patched correctly, and assists in preventing crashes by attributing issues (like fatal errors) to workloads and system configurations.

The following fields are available:

  • autoAssignSite The cluster parameter: auto site.
  • autoBalancerLevel The cluster parameter: auto balancer level.
  • autoBalancerMode The cluster parameter: auto balancer mode.
  • blockCacheSize The configured size of the block cache.
  • ClusterAdConfiguration The ad configuration of the cluster.
  • clusterAdType The cluster parameter: mgmt_point_type.
  • clusterDumpPolicy The cluster configured dump policy.
  • clusterFunctionalLevel The current cluster functional level.
  • clusterGuid The unique identifier for the cluster.
  • clusterWitnessType The witness type the cluster is configured for.
  • countNodesInSite The number of nodes in the cluster.
  • crossSiteDelay The cluster parameter: CrossSiteDelay.
  • crossSiteThreshold The cluster parameter: CrossSiteThreshold.
  • crossSubnetDelay The cluster parameter: CrossSubnetDelay.
  • crossSubnetThreshold The cluster parameter: CrossSubnetThreshold.
  • csvCompatibleFilters The cluster parameter: ClusterCsvCompatibleFilters.
  • csvIncompatibleFilters The cluster parameter: ClusterCsvIncompatibleFilters.
  • csvResourceCount The number of resources in the cluster.
  • currentNodeSite The name configured for the current site for the cluster.
  • dasModeBusType The direct storage bus type of the storage spaces.
  • downLevelNodeCount The number of nodes in the cluster that are running down-level.
  • drainOnShutdown Specifies whether a node should be drained when it is shut down.
  • dynamicQuorumEnabled Specifies whether dynamic Quorum has been enabled.
  • enforcedAntiAffinity The cluster parameter: enforced anti affinity.
  • genAppNames The win32 service name of a clustered service.
  • genSvcNames The command line of a clustered genapp.
  • hangRecoveryAction The cluster parameter: hang recovery action.
  • hangTimeOut Specifies the “hang time out” parameter for the cluster.
  • isCalabria Specifies whether storage spaces direct is enabled.
  • isMixedMode Identifies if the cluster is running with different version of OS for nodes.
  • isRunningDownLevel Identifies if the current node is running down-level.
  • logLevel Specifies the granularity that is logged in the cluster log.
  • logSize Specifies the size of the cluster log.
  • lowerQuorumPriorityNodeId The cluster parameter: lower quorum priority node ID.
  • minNeverPreempt The cluster parameter: minimum never preempt.
  • minPreemptor The cluster parameter: minimum preemptor priority.
  • netftIpsecEnabled The parameter: netftIpsecEnabled.
  • NodeCount The number of nodes in the cluster.
  • nodeId The current node number in the cluster.
  • nodeResourceCounts Specifies the number of node resources.
  • nodeResourceOnlineCounts Specifies the number of node resources that are online.
  • numberOfSites The number of different sites.
  • numNodesInNoSite The number of nodes not belonging to a site.
  • plumbAllCrossSubnetRoutes The cluster parameter: plumb all cross subnet routes.
  • preferredSite The preferred site location.
  • privateCloudWitness Specifies whether a private cloud witness exists for this cluster.
  • quarantineDuration The quarantine duration.
  • quarantineThreshold The quarantine threshold.
  • quorumArbitrationTimeout In the event of an arbitration event, this specifies the quorum timeout period.
  • resiliencyLevel Specifies the level of resiliency.
  • resourceCounts Specifies the number of resources.
  • resourceTypeCounts Specifies the number of resource types in the cluster.
  • resourceTypes Data representative of each resource type.
  • resourceTypesPath Data representative of the DLL path for each resource type.
  • sameSubnetDelay The cluster parameter: same subnet delay.
  • sameSubnetThreshold The cluster parameter: same subnet threshold.
  • secondsInMixedMode The amount of time (in seconds) that the cluster has been in mixed mode (nodes with different operating system versions in the same cluster).
  • securityLevel The cluster parameter: security level.
  • securityLevelForStorage The cluster parameter: security level for storage.
  • sharedVolumeBlockCacheSize Specifies the block cache size for shared for shared volumes.
  • shutdownTimeoutMinutes Specifies the amount of time it takes to time out when shutting down.
  • upNodeCount Specifies the number of nodes that are up (online).
  • useClientAccessNetworksForCsv The cluster parameter: use client access networks for CSV.
  • vmIsolationTime The cluster parameter: VM isolation time.
  • witnessDatabaseWriteTimeout Specifies the timeout period for writing to the quorum witness database.

Fault Reporting events

Microsoft.Windows.FaultReporting.AppCrashEvent

This event sends data about crashes for both native and managed applications, to help keep Windows up to date. The data includes information about the crashing process and a summary of its exception record. It does not contain any Watson bucketing information. The bucketing information is recorded in a Windows Error Reporting (WER) event that is generated when the WER client reports the crash to the Watson service, and the WER event will contain the same ReportID (see field 14 of crash event, field 19 of WER event) as the crash event for the crash being reported. AppCrash is emitted once for each crash handled by WER (e.g. from an unhandled exception or FailFast or ReportException). Note that Generic Watson event types (e.g. from PLM) that may be considered crashes" by a user DO NOT emit this event.

The following fields are available:

  • AppName The name of the app that has crashed.
  • AppSessionGuid GUID made up of process ID and is used as a correlation vector for process instances in the telemetry backend.
  • AppTimeStamp The date/time stamp of the app.
  • AppVersion The version of the app that has crashed.
  • ExceptionCode The exception code returned by the process that has crashed.
  • ExceptionOffset The address where the exception had occurred.
  • Flags Flags indicating how reporting is done. For example, queue the report, do not offer JIT debugging, or do not terminate the process after reporting.
  • FriendlyAppName The description of the app that has crashed, if different from the AppName. Otherwise, the process name.
  • IsFatal True/False to indicate whether the crash resulted in process termination.
  • ModName Exception module name (e.g. bar.dll).
  • ModTimeStamp The date/time stamp of the module.
  • ModVersion The version of the module that has crashed.
  • PackageFullName Store application identity.
  • PackageRelativeAppId Store application identity.
  • ProcessArchitecture Architecture of the crashing process, as one of the PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE_* constants: 0: PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE_INTEL. 5: PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE_ARM. 9: PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE_AMD64. 12: PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE_ARM64.
  • ProcessCreateTime The time of creation of the process that has crashed.
  • ProcessId The ID of the process that has crashed.
  • ReportId A GUID used to identify the report. This can used to track the report across Watson.
  • TargetAppId The kernel reported AppId of the application being reported.
  • TargetAppVer The specific version of the application being reported
  • TargetAsId The sequence number for the hanging process.

Hang Reporting events

Microsoft.Windows.HangReporting.AppHangEvent

This event sends data about hangs for both native and managed applications, to help keep Windows up to date. It does not contain any Watson bucketing information. The bucketing information is recorded in a Windows Error Reporting (WER) event that is generated when the WER client reports the hang to the Watson service, and the WER event will contain the same ReportID (see field 13 of hang event, field 19 of WER event) as the hang event for the hang being reported. AppHang is reported only on PC devices. It handles classic Win32 hangs and is emitted only once per report. Some behaviors that may be perceived by a user as a hang are reported by app managers (e.g. PLM/RM/EM) as Watson Generics and will not produce AppHang events.

The following fields are available:

  • AppName The name of the app that has hung.
  • AppSessionGuid GUID made up of process id used as a correlation vector for process instances in the telemetry backend.
  • AppVersion The version of the app that has hung.
  • IsFatal True/False based on whether the hung application caused the creation of a Fatal Hang Report.
  • PackageFullName Store application identity.
  • PackageRelativeAppId Store application identity.
  • ProcessArchitecture Architecture of the hung process, as one of the PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE_* constants: 0: PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE_INTEL. 5: PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE_ARM. 9: PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE_AMD64. 12: PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE_ARM64.
  • ProcessCreateTime The time of creation of the process that has hung.
  • ProcessId The ID of the process that has hung.
  • ReportId A GUID used to identify the report. This can used to track the report across Watson.
  • TargetAppId The kernel reported AppId of the application being reported.
  • TargetAppVer The specific version of the application being reported.
  • TargetAsId The sequence number for the hanging process.
  • TypeCode Bitmap describing the hang type.
  • WaitingOnAppName If this is a cross process hang waiting for an application, this has the name of the application.
  • WaitingOnAppVersion If this is a cross process hang, this has the version of the application for which it is waiting.
  • WaitingOnPackageFullName If this is a cross process hang waiting for a package, this has the full name of the package for which it is waiting.
  • WaitingOnPackageRelativeAppId If this is a cross process hang waiting for a package, this has the relative application id of the package.

Inventory events

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.AmiTelCacheChecksum

This event captures basic checksum data about the device inventory items stored in the cache for use in validating data completeness for Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core events. The fields in this event may change over time, but they will always represent a count of a given object.

The following fields are available:

  • Device A count of device objects in cache.
  • DeviceCensus A count of device census objects in cache.
  • DriverPackageExtended A count of driverpackageextended objects in cache.
  • File A count of file objects in cache.
  • FileSigningInfo A count of file signing objects in cache.
  • Generic A count of generic objects in cache.
  • HwItem A count of hwitem objects in cache.
  • InventoryApplication A count of application objects in cache.
  • InventoryApplicationAppV A count of application AppV objects in cache.
  • InventoryApplicationDriver A count of application driver objects in cache
  • InventoryApplicationFile A count of application file objects in cache.
  • InventoryApplicationFramework A count of application framework objects in cache
  • InventoryApplicationShortcut A count of application shortcut objects in cache
  • InventoryDeviceContainer A count of device container objects in cache.
  • InventoryDeviceInterface A count of Plug and Play device interface objects in cache.
  • InventoryDeviceMediaClass A count of device media objects in cache.
  • InventoryDevicePnp A count of device Plug and Play objects in cache.
  • InventoryDeviceUsbHubClass A count of device usb objects in cache
  • InventoryDriverBinary A count of driver binary objects in cache.
  • InventoryDriverPackage A count of device objects in cache.
  • InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeAddIn A count of office add-in objects in cache
  • InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeAddInUsage A count of office add-in usage objects in cache.
  • InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeIdentifiers A count of office identifier objects in cache
  • InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeIESettings A count of office ie settings objects in cache
  • InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeInsights A count of office insights objects in cache
  • InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeProducts A count of office products objects in cache
  • InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeSettings A count of office settings objects in cache
  • InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeVBA A count of office vba objects in cache
  • InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeVBARuleViolations A count of office vba rule violations objects in cache
  • InventoryMiscellaneousUUPInfo A count of uup info objects in cache
  • Metadata A count of metadata objects in cache.
  • Orphan A count of orphan file objects in cache.
  • Programs A count of program objects in cache.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.AmiTelCacheVersions

This event sends inventory component versions for the Device Inventory data.

The following fields are available:

  • aeinv The version of the App inventory component.
  • devinv The file version of the Device inventory component.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.FileSigningInfoAdd

This event enumerates the signatures of files, either driver packages or application executables. For driver packages, this data is collected on demand via Telecommand to limit it only to unrecognized driver packages, saving time for the client and space on the server. For applications, this data is collected for up to 10 random executables on a system.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • CatalogSigners Signers from catalog. Each signer starts with Chain.
  • DigestAlgorithm The pseudonymizing (hashing) algorithm used when the file or package was signed.
  • DriverPackageStrongName Optional. Available only if FileSigningInfo is collected on a driver package.
  • EmbeddedSigners Embedded signers. Each signer starts with Chain.
  • FileName The file name of the file whose signatures are listed.
  • FileType Either exe or sys, depending on if a driver package or application executable.
  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory file generating the events.
  • Thumbprint Comma separated hash of the leaf node of each signer. Semicolon is used to separate CatalogSigners from EmbeddedSigners. There will always be a trailing comma.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.InventoryApplicationAdd

This event sends basic metadata about an application on the system to help keep Windows up to date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • HiddenArp Indicates whether a program hides itself from showing up in ARP.
  • InstallDate The date the application was installed (a best guess based on folder creation date heuristics).
  • InstallDateArpLastModified The date of the registry ARP key for a given application. Hints at install date but not always accurate. Passed as an array. Example: 4/11/2015 00:00:00
  • InstallDateFromLinkFile The estimated date of install based on the links to the files. Passed as an array.
  • InstallDateMsi The install date if the application was installed via Microsoft Installer (MSI). Passed as an array.
  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory file generating the events.
  • Language The language code of the program.
  • MsiPackageCode A GUID that describes the MSI Package. Multiple 'Products' (apps) can make up an MsiPackage.
  • MsiProductCode A GUID that describe the MSI Product.
  • Name The name of the application.
  • OSVersionAtInstallTime The four octets from the OS version at the time of the application's install.
  • PackageFullName The package full name for a Store application.
  • ProgramInstanceId A hash of the file IDs in an app.
  • Publisher The Publisher of the application. Location pulled from depends on the 'Source' field.
  • RootDirPath The path to the root directory where the program was installed.
  • Source How the program was installed (for example, ARP, MSI, Appx).
  • StoreAppType A sub-classification for the type of Microsoft Store app, such as UWP or Win8StoreApp.
  • Type One of ("Application", "Hotfix", "BOE", "Service", "Unknown"). Application indicates Win32 or Appx app, Hotfix indicates app updates (KBs), BOE indicates it's an app with no ARP or MSI entry, Service indicates that it is a service. Application and BOE are the ones most likely seen.
  • Version The version number of the program.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.InventoryApplicationDriverAdd

This event represents what drivers an application installs.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory component
  • ProgramIds The unique program identifier the driver is associated with

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.InventoryApplicationDriverStartSync

The InventoryApplicationDriverStartSync event indicates that a new set of InventoryApplicationDriverStartAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory component.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.InventoryApplicationFileAdd

This event provides file-level information about the applications that exist on the system. This event is used to understand the applications on a device to determine if those applications will experience compatibility issues when upgrading Windows.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • BinaryType The architecture of the binary (executable) file.
  • BinFileVersion Version information for the binary (executable) file.
  • BinProductVersion The product version provided by the binary (executable) file.
  • BoeProgramId The “bag of evidence” program identifier.
  • CompanyName The company name included in the binary (executable) file.
  • FileId A pseudonymized (hashed) unique identifier derived from the file itself.
  • FileVersion The version of the file.
  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory component.
  • Language The language declared in the binary (executable) file.
  • LinkDate The compiler link date.
  • LowerCaseLongPath The file path in “long” format.
  • Name The file name.
  • ProductName The product name declared in the binary (executable) file.
  • ProductVersion The product version declared in the binary (executable) file.
  • ProgramId The program identifier associated with the binary (executable) file.
  • Size The size of the binary (executable) file.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.InventoryApplicationFrameworkAdd

This event provides the basic metadata about the frameworks an application may depend on.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • FileId A hash that uniquely identifies a file.
  • Frameworks The list of frameworks this file depends on.
  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory file generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.InventoryApplicationFrameworkStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of InventoryApplicationFrameworkAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory file generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.InventoryApplicationRemove

This event indicates that a new set of InventoryDevicePnpAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory file generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.InventoryApplicationStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of InventoryApplicationAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory file generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.InventoryDeviceContainerAdd

This event sends basic metadata about a device container (such as a monitor or printer as opposed to a Plug and Play device) to help keep Windows up to date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • Categories A comma separated list of functional categories in which the container belongs.
  • DiscoveryMethod The discovery method for the device container.
  • FriendlyName The name of the device container.
  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory file generating the events.
  • IsActive Is the device connected, or has it been seen in the last 14 days?
  • IsConnected For a physically attached device, this value is the same as IsPresent. For wireless a device, this value represents a communication link.
  • IsMachineContainer Is the container the root device itself?
  • IsNetworked Is this a networked device?
  • IsPaired Does the device container require pairing?
  • Manufacturer The manufacturer name for the device container.
  • ModelId A unique model ID.
  • ModelName The model name.
  • ModelNumber The model number for the device container.
  • PrimaryCategory The primary category for the device container.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.InventoryDeviceContainerRemove

This event indicates that the InventoryDeviceContainer object is no longer present.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory file generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.InventoryDeviceContainerStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of InventoryDeviceContainerAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory file generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.InventoryDeviceInterfaceAdd

This event retrieves information about what sensor interfaces are available on the device.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • Accelerometer3D Indicates if an Accelerator3D sensor is found.
  • ActivityDetection Indicates if an Activity Detection sensor is found.
  • AmbientLight Indicates if an Ambient Light sensor is found.
  • Barometer Indicates if a Barometer sensor is found.
  • Custom Indicates if a Custom sensor is found.
  • EnergyMeter Indicates if an Energy sensor is found.
  • FloorElevation Indicates if a Floor Elevation sensor is found.
  • GeomagneticOrientation Indicates if a Geo Magnetic Orientation sensor is found.
  • GravityVector Indicates if a Gravity Detector sensor is found.
  • Gyrometer3D Indicates if a Gyrometer3D sensor is found.
  • Humidity Indicates if a Humidity sensor is found.
  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory file generating the events.
  • LinearAccelerometer Indicates if a Linear Accelerometer sensor is found.
  • Magnetometer3D Indicates if a Magnetometer3D sensor is found.
  • Orientation Indicates if an Orientation sensor is found.
  • Pedometer Indicates if a Pedometer sensor is found.
  • Proximity Indicates if a Proximity sensor is found.
  • RelativeOrientation Indicates if a Relative Orientation sensor is found.
  • SimpleDeviceOrientation Indicates if a Simple Device Orientation sensor is found.
  • Temperature Indicates if a Temperature sensor is found.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.InventoryDeviceInterfaceStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of InventoryDeviceInterfaceAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory file generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.InventoryDeviceMediaClassAdd

This event sends additional metadata about a Plug and Play device that is specific to a particular class of devices to help keep Windows up to date while reducing overall size of data payload.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • Audio.CaptureDriver The capture driver endpoint for the audio device.
  • Audio.RenderDriver The render driver for the audio device.
  • Audio_CaptureDriver The Audio device capture driver endpoint.
  • Audio_RenderDriver The Audio device render driver endpoint.
  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory file generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.InventoryDeviceMediaClassRemove

This event indicates that the InventoryDeviceMediaClassRemove object is no longer present.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory file generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.InventoryDeviceMediaClassStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of InventoryDeviceMediaClassSAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory file generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.InventoryDevicePnpAdd

This event represents the basic metadata about a plug and play (PNP) device and its associated driver.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • BusReportedDescription The description of the device reported by the bux.
  • Class The device setup class of the driver loaded for the device.
  • ClassGuid The device class GUID from the driver package
  • COMPID The device setup class guid of the driver loaded for the device.
  • ContainerId The list of compat ids for the device.
  • Description System-supplied GUID that uniquely groups the functional devices associated with a single-function or multifunction device installed in the computer.
  • DeviceDriverFlightId The test build (Flight) identifier of the device driver.
  • DeviceExtDriversFlightIds The test build (Flight) identifier for all extended device drivers.
  • DeviceInterfaceClasses The device interfaces that this device implements.
  • DeviceState The device description.
  • DriverId DeviceState is a bitmask of the following: DEVICE_IS_CONNECTED 0x0001 (currently only for container). DEVICE_IS_NETWORK_DEVICE 0x0002 (currently only for container). DEVICE_IS_PAIRED 0x0004 (currently only for container). DEVICE_IS_ACTIVE 0x0008 (currently never set). DEVICE_IS_MACHINE 0x0010 (currently only for container). DEVICE_IS_PRESENT 0x0020 (currently always set). DEVICE_IS_HIDDEN 0x0040. DEVICE_IS_PRINTER 0x0080 (currently only for container). DEVICE_IS_WIRELESS 0x0100. DEVICE_IS_WIRELESS_FAT 0x0200. The most common values are therefore: 32 (0x20)= device is present. 96 (0x60)= device is present but hidden. 288 (0x120)= device is a wireless device that is present
  • DriverName A unique identifier for the driver installed.
  • DriverPackageStrongName The immediate parent directory name in the Directory field of InventoryDriverPackage
  • DriverVerDate Name of the .sys image file (or wudfrd.sys if using user mode driver framework).
  • DriverVerVersion The immediate parent directory name in the Directory field of InventoryDriverPackage.
  • Enumerator The date of the driver loaded for the device.
  • ExtendedInfs The extended INF file names.
  • FirstInstallDate The first time this device was installed on the machine.
  • HWID The version of the driver loaded for the device.
  • Inf The bus that enumerated the device.
  • InstallDate The date of the most recent installation of the device on the machine.
  • InstallState The device installation state. One of these values: https://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windows/hardware/ff543130.aspx
  • InventoryVersion List of hardware ids for the device.
  • LowerClassFilters Lower filter class drivers IDs installed for the device
  • LowerFilters Lower filter drivers IDs installed for the device
  • Manufacturer INF file name (the name could be renamed by OS, such as oemXX.inf)
  • MatchingID Device installation state.
  • Model The version of the inventory binary generating the events.
  • ParentId Lower filter class drivers IDs installed for the device.
  • ProblemCode Lower filter drivers IDs installed for the device.
  • Provider The device manufacturer.
  • Service The device service name
  • STACKID Represents the hardware ID or compatible ID that Windows uses to install a device instance.
  • UpperClassFilters Upper filter drivers IDs installed for the device
  • UpperFilters The device model.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.InventoryDevicePnpRemove

This event indicates that the InventoryDevicePnpRemove object is no longer present.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory file generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.InventoryDevicePnpStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of InventoryDevicePnpAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory file generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.InventoryDeviceUsbHubClassAdd

This event sends basic metadata about the USB hubs on the device.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory file generating the events.
  • TotalUserConnectablePorts Total number of connectable USB ports.
  • TotalUserConnectableTypeCPorts Total number of connectable USB Type C ports.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.InventoryDeviceUsbHubClassStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of InventoryDeviceUsbHubClassAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory file generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.InventoryDriverBinaryAdd

This event provides the basic metadata about driver binaries running on the system.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • DriverCheckSum The checksum of the driver file.
  • DriverCompany The company name that developed the driver.
  • DriverInBox Is the driver included with the operating system?
  • DriverIsKernelMode Is it a kernel mode driver?
  • DriverName The file name of the driver.
  • DriverPackageStrongName The strong name of the driver package
  • DriverSigned The strong name of the driver package
  • DriverTimeStamp The low 32 bits of the time stamp of the driver file.
  • DriverType A bitfield of driver attributes: 1. define DRIVER_MAP_DRIVER_TYPE_PRINTER 0x0001. 2. define DRIVER_MAP_DRIVER_TYPE_KERNEL 0x0002. 3. define DRIVER_MAP_DRIVER_TYPE_USER 0x0004. 4. define DRIVER_MAP_DRIVER_IS_SIGNED 0x0008. 5. define DRIVER_MAP_DRIVER_IS_INBOX 0x0010. 6. define DRIVER_MAP_DRIVER_IS_WINQUAL 0x0040. 7. define DRIVER_MAP_DRIVER_IS_SELF_SIGNED 0x0020. 8. define DRIVER_MAP_DRIVER_IS_CI_SIGNED 0x0080. 9. define DRIVER_MAP_DRIVER_HAS_BOOT_SERVICE 0x0100. 10. define DRIVER_MAP_DRIVER_TYPE_I386 0x10000. 11. define DRIVER_MAP_DRIVER_TYPE_IA64 0x20000. 12. define DRIVER_MAP_DRIVER_TYPE_AMD64 0x40000. 13. define DRIVER_MAP_DRIVER_TYPE_ARM 0x100000. 14. define DRIVER_MAP_DRIVER_TYPE_THUMB 0x200000. 15. define DRIVER_MAP_DRIVER_TYPE_ARMNT 0x400000. 16. define DRIVER_MAP_DRIVER_IS_TIME_STAMPED 0x800000.
  • DriverVersion The version of the driver file.
  • ImageSize The size of the driver file.
  • Inf The name of the INF file.
  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory file generating the events.
  • Product The product name that is included in the driver file.
  • ProductVersion The product version that is included in the driver file.
  • Service The name of the service that is installed for the device.
  • WdfVersion The Windows Driver Framework version.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.InventoryDriverBinaryRemove

This event indicates that the InventoryDriverBinary object is no longer present.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory file generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.InventoryDriverBinaryStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of InventoryDriverBinaryAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory file generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.InventoryDriverPackageAdd

This event sends basic metadata about drive packages installed on the system to help keep Windows up to date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • Class The class name for the device driver.
  • ClassGuid The class GUID for the device driver.
  • Date The driver package date.
  • Directory The path to the driver package.
  • DriverInBox Is the driver included with the operating system?
  • Inf The INF name of the driver package.
  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory file generating the events.
  • Provider The provider for the driver package.
  • SubmissionId The HLK submission ID for the driver package.
  • Version The version of the driver package.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.InventoryDriverPackageRemove

This event indicates that the InventoryDriverPackageRemove object is no longer present.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory file generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.InventoryDriverPackageStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of InventoryDriverPackageAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory file generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.StartUtcJsonTrace

This event collects traces of all other Core events, not used in typical customer scenarios. This event signals the beginning of the event download, and that tracing should begin.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Core.StopUtcJsonTrace

This event collects traces of all other Core events, not used in typical customer scenarios. This event signals the end of the event download, and that tracing should end.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.General.InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeAddInAdd

Provides data on the installed Office Add-ins.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • AddinCLSID The class identifier key for the Microsoft Office add-in.
  • AddInId The identifier for the Microsoft Office add-in.
  • AddinType The type of the Microsoft Office add-in.
  • BinFileTimestamp The timestamp of the Office add-in.
  • BinFileVersion The version of the Microsoft Office add-in.
  • Description Description of the Microsoft Office add-in.
  • FileId The file identifier of the Microsoft Office add-in.
  • FileSize The file size of the Microsoft Office add-in.
  • FriendlyName The friendly name for the Microsoft Office add-in.
  • FullPath The full path to the Microsoft Office add-in.
  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory binary generating the events.
  • LoadBehavior Integer that describes the load behavior.
  • OfficeApplication The Microsoft Office application associated with the add-in.
  • OfficeArchitecture The architecture of the add-in.
  • OfficeVersion The Microsoft Office version for this add-in.
  • OutlookCrashingAddin Indicates whether crashes have been found for this add-in.
  • ProductCompany The name of the company associated with the Office add-in.
  • ProductName The product name associated with the Microsoft Office add-in.
  • ProductVersion The version associated with the Office add-in.
  • ProgramId The unique program identifier of the Microsoft Office add-in.
  • Provider Name of the provider for this add-in.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.General.InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeAddInRemove

Indicates that this particular data object represented by the objectInstanceId is no longer present.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory binary generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.General.InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeAddInStartSync

This event indicates that a new sync is being generated for this object type.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory binary generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.General.InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeIdentifiersAdd

Provides data on the Office identifiers.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory binary generating the events.
  • OAudienceData Sub-identifier for Microsoft Office release management, identifying the pilot group for a device
  • OAudienceId Microsoft Office identifier for Microsoft Office release management, identifying the pilot group for a device
  • OMID Identifier for the Office SQM Machine
  • OPlatform Whether the installed Microsoft Office product is 32-bit or 64-bit
  • OTenantId Unique GUID representing the Microsoft O365 Tenant
  • OVersion Installed version of Microsoft Office. For example, 16.0.8602.1000
  • OWowMID Legacy Microsoft Office telemetry identifier (SQM Machine ID) for WoW systems (32-bit Microsoft Office on 64-bit Windows)

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.General.InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeIdentifiersStartSync

Diagnostic event to indicate a new sync is being generated for this object type.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory binary generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.General.InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeIESettingsAdd

Provides data on Office-related Internet Explorer features.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory binary generating the events.
  • OIeFeatureAddon Flag indicating which Microsoft Office products have this setting enabled. The FEATURE_ADDON_MANAGEMENT feature lets applications hosting the WebBrowser Control to respect add-on management selections made using the Add-on Manager feature of Internet Explorer. Add-ons disabled by the user or by administrative group policy will also be disabled in applications that enable this feature.
  • OIeMachineLockdown Flag indicating which Microsoft Office products have this setting enabled. When the FEATURE_LOCALMACHINE_LOCKDOWN feature is enabled, Internet Explorer applies security restrictions on content loaded from the user's local machine, which helps prevent malicious behavior involving local files.
  • OIeMimeHandling Flag indicating which Microsoft Office products have this setting enabled. When the FEATURE_MIME_HANDLING feature control is enabled, Internet Explorer handles MIME types more securely. Only applies to Windows Internet Explorer 6 for Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2)
  • OIeMimeSniffing Flag indicating which Microsoft Office products have this setting enabled. Determines a file's type by examining its bit signature. Windows Internet Explorer uses this information to determine how to render the file. The FEATURE_MIME_SNIFFING feature, when enabled, allows to be set differently for each security zone by using the URLACTION_FEATURE_MIME_SNIFFING URL action flag
  • OIeNoAxInstall Flag indicating which Microsoft Office products have this setting enabled. When a webpage attempts to load or install an ActiveX control that isn't already installed, the FEATURE_RESTRICT_ACTIVEXINSTALL feature blocks the request. When a webpage tries to load or install an ActiveX control that isn't already installed, the FEATURE_RESTRICT_ACTIVEXINSTALL feature blocks the request
  • OIeNoDownload Flag indicating which Microsoft Office products have this setting enabled. The FEATURE_RESTRICT_FILEDOWNLOAD feature blocks file download requests that navigate to a resource, that display a file download dialog box, or that are not initiated explicitly by a user action (for example, a mouse click or key press). Only applies to Windows Internet Explorer 6 for Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2)
  • OIeObjectCaching Flag indicating which Microsoft Office products have this setting enabled. When enabled, the FEATURE_OBJECT_CACHING feature prevents webpages from accessing or instantiating ActiveX controls cached from different domains or security contexts
  • OIePasswordDisable Flag indicating which Microsoft Office products have this setting enabled. After Windows Internet Explorer 6 for Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2), Internet Explorer no longer allows usernames and passwords to be specified in URLs that use the HTTP or HTTPS protocols. URLs using other protocols, such as FTP, still allow usernames and passwords
  • OIeSafeBind Flag indicating which Microsoft Office products have this setting enabled. The FEATURE_SAFE_BINDTOOBJECT feature performs additional safety checks when calling MonikerBindToObject to create and initialize Microsoft ActiveX controls. Specifically, prevent the control from being created if COMPAT_EVIL_DONT_LOAD is in the registry for the control
  • OIeSecurityBand Flag indicating which Microsoft Office products have this setting enabled. The FEATURE_SECURITYBAND feature controls the display of the Internet Explorer Information bar. When enabled, the Information bar appears when file download or code installation is restricted
  • OIeUncSaveCheck Flag indicating which Microsoft Office products have this setting enabled. The FEATURE_UNC_SAVEDFILECHECK feature enables the Mark of the Web (MOTW) for local files loaded from network locations that have been shared by using the Universal Naming Convention (UNC)
  • OIeValidateUrl Flag indicating which Microsoft Office products have this setting enabled. When enabled, the FEATURE_VALIDATE_NAVIGATE_URL feature control prevents Windows Internet Explorer from navigating to a badly formed URL
  • OIeWebOcPopup Flag indicating which Microsoft Office products have this setting enabled. The FEATURE_WEBOC_POPUPMANAGEMENT feature allows applications hosting the WebBrowser Control to receive the default Internet Explorer pop-up window management behavior
  • OIeWinRestrict Flag indicating which Microsoft Office products have this setting enabled. When enabled, the FEATURE_WINDOW_RESTRICTIONS feature adds several restrictions to the size and behavior of popup windows
  • OIeZoneElevate Flag indicating which Microsoft Office products have this setting enabled. When enabled, the FEATURE_ZONE_ELEVATION feature prevents pages in one zone from navigating to pages in a higher security zone unless the navigation is generated by the user

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.General.InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeIESettingsStartSync

Diagnostic event to indicate a new sync is being generated for this object type.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory binary generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.General.InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeInsightsAdd

This event provides insight data on the installed Office products

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory binary generating the events.
  • OfficeApplication The name of the Office application.
  • OfficeArchitecture The bitness of the Office application.
  • OfficeVersion The version of the Office application.
  • Value The insights collected about this entity.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.General.InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeInsightsRemove

Indicates that this particular data object represented by the objectInstanceId is no longer present.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory binary generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.General.InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeInsightsStartSync

This diagnostic event indicates that a new sync is being generated for this object type.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory binary generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.General.InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeProductsAdd

Describes Office Products installed.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory binary generating the events.
  • OC2rApps A GUID the describes the Office Click-To-Run apps
  • OC2rSkus Comma-delimited list (CSV) of Office Click-To-Run products installed on the device. For example, Office 2016 ProPlus
  • OMsiApps Comma-delimited list (CSV) of Office MSI products installed on the device. For example, Microsoft Word
  • OProductCodes A GUID that describes the Office MSI products

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.General.InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeProductsStartSync

Diagnostic event to indicate a new sync is being generated for this object type.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory binary generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.General.InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeSettingsAdd

This event describes various Office settings

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • BrowserFlags Browser flags for Office-related products
  • ExchangeProviderFlags Provider policies for Office Exchange
  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory binary generating the events.
  • SharedComputerLicensing Office shared computer licensing policies

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.General.InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeSettingsStartSync

Indicates a new sync is being generated for this object type.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory binary generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.General.InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeVBAAdd

This event provides a summary rollup count of conditions encountered while performing a local scan of Office files, analyzing for known VBA programmability compatibility issues between legacy office version and ProPlus, and between 32 and 64-bit versions

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • Design Count of files with design issues found.
  • Design_x64 Count of files with 64 bit design issues found.
  • DuplicateVBA Count of files with duplicate VBA code.
  • HasVBA Count of files with VBA code.
  • Inaccessible Count of files that were inaccessible for scanning.
  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory binary generating the events.
  • Issues Count of files with issues detected.
  • Issues_x64 Count of files with 64-bit issues detected.
  • IssuesNone Count of files with no issues detected.
  • IssuesNone_x64 Count of files with no 64-bit issues detected.
  • Locked Count of files that were locked, preventing scanning.
  • NoVBA Count of files with no VBA inside.
  • Protected Count of files that were password protected, preventing scanning.
  • RemLimited Count of files that require limited remediation changes.
  • RemLimited_x64 Count of files that require limited remediation changes for 64-bit issues.
  • RemSignificant Count of files that require significant remediation changes.
  • RemSignificant_x64 Count of files that require significant remediation changes for 64-bit issues.
  • Score Overall compatibility score calculated for scanned content.
  • Score_x64 Overall 64-bit compatibility score calculated for scanned content.
  • Total Total number of files scanned.
  • Validation Count of files that require additional manual validation.
  • Validation_x64 Count of files that require additional manual validation for 64-bit issues.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.General.InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeVBARemove

Indicates that this particular data object represented by the objectInstanceId is no longer present.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory binary generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.General.InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeVBARuleViolationsAdd

This event provides data on Microsoft Office VBA rule violations, including a rollup count per violation type, giving an indication of remediation requirements for an organization. The event identifier is a unique GUID, associated with the validation rule

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • Count Count of total Microsoft Office VBA rule violations
  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory binary generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.General.InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeVBARuleViolationsRemove

Indicates that this particular data object represented by the objectInstanceId is no longer present.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory binary generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.General.InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeVBARuleViolationsStartSync

This event indicates that a new sync is being generated for this object type.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory binary generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.General.InventoryMiscellaneousOfficeVBAStartSync

Diagnostic event to indicate a new sync is being generated for this object type.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • InventoryVersion The version of the inventory binary generating the events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.General.InventoryMiscellaneousUUPInfoAdd

Provides data on Unified Update Platform (UUP) products and what version they are at.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • Identifier UUP identifier
  • LastActivatedVersion Last activated version
  • PreviousVersion Previous version
  • Source UUP source
  • Version UUP version

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.General.InventoryMiscellaneousUUPInfoRemove

Indicates that this particular data object represented by the objectInstanceId is no longer present.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.General.InventoryMiscellaneousUUPInfoStartSync

Diagnostic event to indicate a new sync is being generated for this object type.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Indicators.Checksum

This event summarizes the counts for the InventoryMiscellaneousUexIndicatorAdd events.

The following fields are available:

  • CensusId A unique hardware identifier.
  • ChecksumDictionary A count of each operating system indicator.
  • PCFP Equivalent to the InventoryId field that is found in other core events.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Indicators.InventoryMiscellaneousUexIndicatorAdd

These events represent the basic metadata about the OS indicators installed on the system which are used for keeping the device up to date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

The following fields are available:

  • IndicatorValue The indicator value.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Indicators.InventoryMiscellaneousUexIndicatorEndSync

This event indicates that a new set of InventoryMiscellaneousUexIndicatorAdd events has been sent. This data helps ensure the device is up to date.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Indicators.InventoryMiscellaneousUexIndicatorRemove

This event is a counterpart to InventoryMiscellaneousUexIndicatorAdd that indicates that the item has been removed.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

Microsoft.Windows.Inventory.Indicators.InventoryMiscellaneousUexIndicatorStartSync

This event indicates that a new set of InventoryMiscellaneousUexIndicatorAdd events will be sent.

This event includes fields from Ms.Device.DeviceInventoryChange.

IoT events

Microsoft.Windows.IoT.Client.CEPAL.MonitorStarted

This event identifies Windows Internet of Things (IoT) devices which are running the CE PAL subsystem by sending data during CE PAL startup.

Kernel events

IO

This event indicates the number of bytes read from or read by the OS and written to or written by the OS upon system startup.

The following fields are available:

  • BytesRead The total number of bytes read from or read by the OS upon system startup.
  • BytesWritten The total number of bytes written to or written by the OS upon system startup.

Microsoft.Windows.Kernel.BootEnvironment.OsLaunch

OS information collected during Boot, used to evaluate the success of the upgrade process.

The following fields are available:

  • BootApplicationId This field tells us what the OS Loader Application Identifier is.
  • BootAttemptCount The number of consecutive times the boot manager has attempted to boot into this operating system.
  • BootSequence The current Boot ID, used to correlate events related to a particular boot session.
  • BootStatusPolicy Identifies the applicable Boot Status Policy.
  • BootType Identifies the type of boot (e.g.: "Cold", "Hiber", "Resume").
  • EventTimestamp Seconds elapsed since an arbitrary time point. This can be used to identify the time difference in successive boot attempts being made.
  • FirmwareResetReasonEmbeddedController Reason for system reset provided by firmware.
  • FirmwareResetReasonEmbeddedControllerAdditional Additional information on system reset reason provided by firmware if needed.
  • FirmwareResetReasonPch Reason for system reset provided by firmware.
  • FirmwareResetReasonPchAdditional Additional information on system reset reason provided by firmware if needed.
  • FirmwareResetReasonSupplied Flag indicating that a reason for system reset was provided by firmware.
  • IO Amount of data written to and read from the disk by the OS Loader during boot. See IO.
  • LastBootSucceeded Flag indicating whether the last boot was successful.
  • LastShutdownSucceeded Flag indicating whether the last shutdown was successful.
  • MaxAbove4GbFreeRange This field describes the largest memory range available above 4Gb.
  • MaxBelow4GbFreeRange This field describes the largest memory range available below 4Gb.
  • MeasuredLaunchPrepared This field tells us if the OS launch was initiated using Measured/Secure Boot over DRTM (Dynamic Root of Trust for Measurement).
  • MeasuredLaunchResume This field tells us if Dynamic Root of Trust for Measurement (DRTM) was used when resuming from hibernation.
  • MenuPolicy Type of advanced options menu that should be shown to the user (Legacy, Standard, etc.).
  • RecoveryEnabled Indicates whether recovery is enabled.
  • SecureLaunchPrepared This field indicates if DRTM was prepared during boot.
  • TcbLaunch Indicates whether the Trusted Computing Base was used during the boot flow.
  • UserInputTime The amount of time the loader application spent waiting for user input.

Microsoft.Windows.Kernel.DeviceConfig.DeviceConfig

This critical device configuration event provides information about drivers for a driver installation that took place within the kernel.

The following fields are available:

  • ClassGuid The unique ID for the device class.
  • DeviceInstanceId The unique ID for the device on the system.
  • DriverDate The date of the driver.
  • DriverFlightIds The IDs for the driver flights.
  • DriverInfName Driver INF file name.
  • DriverProvider The driver manufacturer or provider.
  • DriverSubmissionId The driver submission ID assigned by the hardware developer center.
  • DriverVersion The driver version number.
  • ExtensionDrivers The list of extension driver INF files, extension IDs, and associated flight IDs.
  • FirstHardwareId The ID in the hardware ID list that provides the most specific device description.
  • InboxDriver Indicates whether the driver package is included with Windows.
  • InstallDate Date the driver was installed.
  • LastCompatibleId The ID in the hardware ID list that provides the least specific device description.
  • Legacy Indicates whether the driver is a legacy driver.
  • NeedReboot Indicates whether the driver requires a reboot.
  • SetupMode Indicates whether the device configuration occurred during the Out Of Box Experience (OOBE).
  • StatusCode The NTSTATUS of device configuration operation.

Microsoft.Windows.Kernel.PnP.AggregateClearDevNodeProblem

This event is sent when a problem code is cleared from a device.

The following fields are available:

  • Count The total number of events.
  • DeviceInstanceId The unique identifier of the device on the system.
  • LastProblem The previous problem that was cleared.
  • LastProblemStatus The previous NTSTATUS value that was cleared.
  • ServiceName The name of the driver or service attached to the device.

Microsoft.Windows.Kernel.PnP.AggregateSetDevNodeProblem

This event is sent when a new problem code is assigned to a device.

The following fields are available:

  • Count The total number of events.
  • DeviceInstanceId The unique identifier of the device in the system.
  • LastProblem The previous problem code that was set on the device.
  • LastProblemStatus The previous NTSTATUS value that was set on the device.
  • Problem The new problem code that was set on the device.
  • ProblemStatus The new NTSTATUS value that was set on the device.
  • ServiceName The driver or service name that is attached to the device.

Migration events

Microsoft.Windows.MigrationCore.MigObjectCountDLUsr

This event returns data to track the count of the migration objects across various phases during feature update.

The following fields are available:

  • currentSid Indicates the user SID for which the migration is being performed.
  • knownFoldersUsr[i] Predefined folder path locations.
  • migDiagSession->CString The phase of the upgrade where migration occurs. (E.g.: Validate tracked content)
  • objectCount The count for the number of objects that are being transferred.

Microsoft.Windows.MigrationCore.MigObjectCountKFSys

This event returns data about the count of the migration objects across various phases during feature update.

The following fields are available:

  • knownFoldersSys[i] The predefined folder path locations.
  • migDiagSession->CString Identifies the phase of the upgrade where migration happens.
  • objectCount The count of the number of objects that are being transferred.

Microsoft.Windows.MigrationCore.MigObjectCountKFUsr

This event returns data to track the count of the migration objects across various phases during feature update.

The following fields are available:

  • currentSid Indicates the user SID for which the migration is being performed.
  • knownFoldersUsr[i] Predefined folder path locations.
  • migDiagSession->CString The phase of the upgrade where the migration occurs. (For example, Validate tracked content.)
  • objectCount The number of objects that are being transferred.

Miracast events

Microsoft.Windows.Cast.Miracast.MiracastSessionEnd

This event sends data at the end of a Miracast session that helps determine RTSP related Miracast failures along with some statistics about the session

The following fields are available:

  • AudioChannelCount The number of audio channels.
  • AudioSampleRate The sample rate of audio in terms of samples per second.
  • AudioSubtype The unique subtype identifier of the audio codec (encoding method) used for audio encoding.
  • AverageBitrate The average video bitrate used during the Miracast session, in bits per second.
  • AverageDataRate The average available bandwidth reported by the WiFi driver during the Miracast session, in bits per second.
  • AveragePacketSendTimeInMs The average time required for the network to send a sample, in milliseconds.
  • ConnectorType The type of connector used during the Miracast session.
  • EncodeAverageTimeMS The average time to encode a frame of video, in milliseconds.
  • EncodeCount The count of total frames encoded in the session.
  • EncodeMaxTimeMS The maximum time to encode a frame, in milliseconds.
  • EncodeMinTimeMS The minimum time to encode a frame, in milliseconds.
  • EncoderCreationTimeInMs The time required to create the video encoder, in milliseconds.
  • ErrorSource Identifies the component that encountered an error that caused a disconnect, if applicable.
  • FirstFrameTime The time (tick count) when the first frame is sent.
  • FirstLatencyMode The first latency mode.
  • FrameAverageTimeMS Average time to process an entire frame, in milliseconds.
  • FrameCount The total number of frames processed.
  • FrameMaxTimeMS The maximum time required to process an entire frame, in milliseconds.
  • FrameMinTimeMS The minimum time required to process an entire frame, in milliseconds.
  • Glitches The number of frames that failed to be delivered on time.
  • HardwareCursorEnabled Indicates if hardware cursor was enabled when the connection ended.
  • HDCPState The state of HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) when the connection ended.
  • HighestBitrate The highest video bitrate used during the Miracast session, in bits per second.
  • HighestDataRate The highest available bandwidth reported by the WiFi driver, in bits per second.
  • LastLatencyMode The last reported latency mode.
  • LogTimeReference The reference time, in tick counts.
  • LowestBitrate The lowest video bitrate used during the Miracast session, in bits per second.
  • LowestDataRate The lowest video bitrate used during the Miracast session, in bits per second.
  • MediaErrorCode The error code reported by the media session, if applicable.
  • MiracastEntry The time (tick count) when the Miracast driver was first loaded.
  • MiracastM1 The time (tick count) when the M1 request was sent.
  • MiracastM2 The time (tick count) when the M2 request was sent.
  • MiracastM3 The time (tick count) when the M3 request was sent.
  • MiracastM4 The time (tick count) when the M4 request was sent.
  • MiracastM5 The time (tick count) when the M5 request was sent.
  • MiracastM6 The time (tick count) when the M6 request was sent.
  • MiracastM7 The time (tick count) when the M7 request was sent.
  • MiracastSessionState The state of the Miracast session when the connection ended.
  • MiracastStreaming The time (tick count) when the Miracast session first started processing frames.
  • ProfileCount The count of profiles generated from the receiver M4 response.
  • ProfileCountAfterFiltering The count of profiles after filtering based on available bandwidth and encoder capabilities.
  • RefreshRate The refresh rate set on the remote display.
  • RotationSupported Indicates if the Miracast receiver supports display rotation.
  • RTSPSessionId The unique identifier of the RTSP session. This matches the RTSP session ID for the receiver for the same session.
  • SessionGuid The unique identifier of to correlate various Miracast events from a session.
  • SinkHadEdid Indicates if the Miracast receiver reported an EDID.
  • SupportMicrosoftColorSpaceConversion Indicates whether the Microsoft color space conversion for extra color fidelity is supported by the receiver.
  • SupportsMicrosoftDiagnostics Indicates whether the Miracast receiver supports the Microsoft Diagnostics Miracast extension.
  • SupportsMicrosoftFormatChange Indicates whether the Miracast receiver supports the Microsoft Format Change Miracast extension.
  • SupportsMicrosoftLatencyManagement Indicates whether the Miracast receiver supports the Microsoft Latency Management Miracast extension.
  • SupportsMicrosoftRTCP Indicates whether the Miracast receiver supports the Microsoft RTCP Miracast extension.
  • SupportsMicrosoftVideoFormats Indicates whether the Miracast receiver supports Microsoft video format for 3:2 resolution.
  • SupportsWiDi Indicates whether Miracast receiver supports Intel WiDi extensions.
  • TeardownErrorCode The error code reason for teardown provided by the receiver, if applicable.
  • TeardownErrorReason The text string reason for teardown provided by the receiver, if applicable.
  • UIBCEndState Indicates whether UIBC was enabled when the connection ended.
  • UIBCEverEnabled Indicates whether UIBC was ever enabled.
  • UIBCStatus The result code reported by the UIBC setup process.
  • VideoBitrate The starting bitrate for the video encoder.
  • VideoCodecLevel The encoding level used for encoding, specific to the video subtype.
  • VideoHeight The height of encoded video frames.
  • VideoSubtype The unique subtype identifier of the video codec (encoding method) used for video encoding.
  • VideoWidth The width of encoded video frames.
  • WFD2Supported Indicates if the Miracast receiver supports WFD2 protocol.

Microsoft.Windows.Shell.PrivacyConsentLogging.PrivacyConsentCompleted

This event is used to determine whether the user successfully completed the privacy consent experience.

The following fields are available:

  • presentationVersion Which display version of the privacy consent experience the user completed
  • privacyConsentState The current state of the privacy consent experience
  • settingsVersion Which setting version of the privacy consent experience the user completed
  • userOobeExitReason The exit reason of the privacy consent experience

Microsoft.Windows.Shell.PrivacyConsentLogging.PrivacyConsentStatus

Event tells us effectiveness of new privacy experience.

The following fields are available:

  • isAdmin whether the person who is logging in is an admin
  • isExistingUser whether the account existed in a downlevel OS
  • isLaunching Whether or not the privacy consent experience will be launched
  • isSilentElevation whether the user has most restrictive UAC controls
  • privacyConsentState whether the user has completed privacy experience
  • userRegionCode The current user's region setting

Push Button Reset events

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.BitLockerWipeFinished

This event sends error data after the BitLocker wipe finishes if there were any issues during the wipe.

The following fields are available:

  • error The error code if there were any issues during the BitLocker wipe.
  • sessionID This is the session ID.
  • succeeded Indicates the BitLocker wipe successful completed.
  • timestamp Time the event occurred.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.BootState

This event sends data on the Windows Recovery Environment (WinRE) boot, which can be used to determine whether the boot was successful.

The following fields are available:

  • BsdSummaryInfo Summary of the last boot.
  • sessionID The ID of the push-button reset session.
  • timestamp The timestamp of the boot state.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.ClearTPMStarted

This event sends basic data about the recovery operation on the device to allow investigation.

The following fields are available:

  • sessionID The ID for this push-button restart session.
  • timestamp The time when the Trusted Platform Module will be erased.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.ClientInfo

This event indicates whether push-button reset (PBR) was initiated while the device was online or offline.

The following fields are available:

  • name Name of the user interface entry point.
  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • timestamp The time when this event occurred.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.Completed

This event sends data about the recovery operation on the device to allow for investigation.

The following fields are available:

  • sessionID The ID of the push-button reset session.
  • timestamp Timestamp of this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.DataVolumeCount

This event provides the number of additional data volumes that the push-button reset operation has detected.

The following fields are available:

  • count The number of attached data drives.
  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • timestamp Time the event occurred.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.DiskSpaceRequired

This event sends the peak disk usage required for the push-button reset operation.

The following fields are available:

  • numBytes The number of bytes required for the reset operation.
  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • timestamp Time the event occurred.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.EnterAPI

This event is sent at the beginning of each push-button reset (PRB) operation.

The following fields are available:

  • apiName Name of the API command that is about to execute.
  • sessionID The session ID.
  • timestamp Timestamp of this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.EnteredOOBE

This event is sent when the push-button reset (PRB) process enters the Out Of Box Experience (OOBE).

The following fields are available:

  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • timestamp Timestamp of this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.LeaveAPI

This event is sent when the push-button reset operation is complete.

The following fields are available:

  • apiName Name of the API command that completed.
  • errorCode Error code if an error occurred during the API call.
  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • success Indicates whether the API call was successful.
  • timestamp Timestamp of this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.OEMExtensionFinished

This event is sent when the OEM extensibility scripts have completed.

The following fields are available:

  • exitCode The exit code from OEM extensibility scripts to push-button reset.
  • param Parameters used for the OEM extensibility script.
  • phase Name of the OEM extensibility script phase.
  • script The path to the OEM extensibility script.
  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • succeeded Indicates whether the OEM extensibility script executed successfully.
  • timedOut Indicates whether the OEM extensibility script timed out.
  • timestamp Timestamp of this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.OEMExtensionStarted

This event is sent when the OEM extensibility scripts start to execute.

The following fields are available:

  • param The parameters used by the OEM extensibility script.
  • phase The name of the OEM extensibility script phase.
  • script The path to the OEM extensibility script.
  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • timestamp Timestamp of this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.OperationExecuteFinished

This event is sent at the end of a push-button reset (PBR) operation.

The following fields are available:

  • error Indicates the result code of the event.
  • index The operation index.
  • operation The name of the operation.
  • phase The name of the operation phase.
  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • succeeded Indicates whether the operation successfully completed.
  • timestamp Timestamp of this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.OperationExecuteStarted

This event is sent at the beginning of a push-button reset operation.

The following fields are available:

  • index The index of this operation.
  • operation The name of this operation.
  • phase The phase of this operation.
  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • timestamp Timestamp of this push-button reset event.
  • weight The weight of the operation used to distribute the change in percentage.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.OperationQueueConstructFinished

This event is sent when construction of the operation queue for push-button reset is finished.

The following fields are available:

  • error The result code for operation queue construction.
  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • succeeded Indicates whether the operation successfully completed.
  • timestamp Timestamp of this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.OperationQueueConstructStarted

This event is sent when construction of the operation queue for push-button reset is started.

The following fields are available:

  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • timestamp Timestamp of this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRClearRollBackEntry

This event is sent when the push-button reset operation clears the rollback entry. Push-button reset cannot rollback after this point.

The following fields are available:

  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRClearTPMFailed

This event is sent when there was a failure while clearing the Trusted Platform Module (TPM).

The following fields are available:

  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRCreateNewSystemReconstructionFailed

This event is sent when the push-button reset operation fails to construct a new copy of the operating system.

The following fields are available:

  • HRESULT Indicates the result code of the event.
  • PBRType The type of push-button reset.
  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • SPErrorCode The error code for the Setup Platform operation.
  • SPOperation The last Setup Platform operation.
  • SPPhase The last phase of the Setup Platform operation.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRCreateNewSystemReconstructionSucceed

This event is sent when the push-button reset operation succeeds in constructing a new copy of the operating system.

The following fields are available:

  • CBSPackageCount The Component Based Servicing package count.
  • CustomizationPackageCount The Customization package count.
  • PBRType The type of push-button reset.
  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRDriverInjectionFailed

This event is sent when the driver injection fails.

The following fields are available:

  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRFailed

This event is sent when the push-button reset operation fails and rolls back to the previous state.

The following fields are available:

  • ErrorType The result code for the push-button reset error.
  • PBRType The type of push-button reset.
  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRFinalizeNewSystemFailed

This event is sent when the push-button reset operation fails to finalize the new system.

The following fields are available:

  • HRESULT The result error code.
  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • SPErrorCode The error code for the Setup Platform operation.
  • SPOperation The Setup Platform operation.
  • SPPhase The phase of the Setup Platform operation.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRFinalizeNewSystemSucceed

This event is sent when the push-button reset operation succeeds in finalizing the new system.

The following fields are available:

  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRFinalUserSelection

This event is sent when the user makes the final selection in the user interface.

The following fields are available:

  • PBREraseData Indicates whether the option to erase data is selected.
  • PBRRecoveryStrategy The recovery strategy for the push-button reset operation.
  • PBRRepartitionDisk Indicates whether the user has selected the option to repartition the disk.
  • PBRVariation Indicates the push-button reset type.
  • PBRWipeDataDrives Indicates whether the option to wipe the data drives is selected.
  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRFormatOSVolumeFailed

This event is sent when the operation to format the operating system volume fails during push-button reset (PBR).

The following fields are available:

  • JustDeleteFiles Indicates whether disk formatting was skipped.
  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRFormatOSVolumeSucceed

This event is sent when the operation to format the operating system volume succeeds during push-button reset (PBR).

The following fields are available:

  • JustDeleteFiles Indicates whether disk formatting was skipped.
  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRInstallWinREFailed

This event sends basic data about the recovery operation failure on the device to allow investigation.

The following fields are available:

  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRIOCTLErasureSucceed

This event is sent when the erasure operation succeeds during push-button reset (PBR).

The following fields are available:

  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRLayoutImageFailed

This event is sent when push-button reset fails to create a new image of Windows.

The following fields are available:

  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRLayoutImageSucceed

This event is sent when push-button reset succeeds in creating a new image of Windows.

The following fields are available:

  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBROEM1Failed

This event is sent when the first OEM extensibility operation is successfully completed.

The following fields are available:

  • HRESULT The result error code from the OEM extensibility script.
  • Parameters The parameters that were passed to the OEM extensibility script.
  • PBRType The type of push-button reset.
  • ScriptName The path to the OEM extensibility script.
  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBROEM2Failed

This event is sent when the second OEM extensibility operation is successfully completed.

The following fields are available:

  • HRESULT The result error code from the OEM extensibility script.
  • Parameters The parameters that were passed to the OEM extensibility script.
  • PBRType The type of push-button reset.
  • ScriptName The path to the OEM extensibility script.
  • SessionID The ID of the push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRPostApplyFailed

This event returns data indicating the failure of the reset/recovery process after the operating system files are restored.

The following fields are available:

  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRPostApplyFinished

This event returns data indicating the completion of the reset/recovery process after the operating system files are restored.

The following fields are available:

  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRPostApplyStarted

This event returns data indicating the start of the reset/recovery process after the operating system files are restored.

The following fields are available:

  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRPreApplyFailed

This event returns data indicating the failure of the reset/recovery process before the operating system files are restored.

The following fields are available:

  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRPreApplyFinished

This event returns data indicating the completion of the reset/recovery process before the operating system files are restored.

The following fields are available:

  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRPreApplyStarted

This event returns data indicating the start of the reset/recovery process before the operating system files are restored.

The following fields are available:

  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRReachedOOBE

This event returns data when the PBR (Push Button Reset) process reaches the OOBE (Out of Box Experience).

The following fields are available:

  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRReconstructionInitiated

This event returns data when a PBR (Push Button Reset) reconstruction operation begins.

The following fields are available:

  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRRequirementChecks

This event returns data when PBR (Push Button Reset) requirement checks begin.

The following fields are available:

  • DeploymentType The type of deployment.
  • InstallType The type of installation.
  • PBRType The type of push-button reset.
  • SessionID The ID for this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRRequirementChecksFailed

This event returns data when PBR (Push Button Reset) requirement checks fail.

The following fields are available:

  • DiskSpaceAvailable The disk space available for the push-button reset.
  • DiskSpaceRequired The disk space required for the push-button reset.
  • ErrorType The type of error that occurred during the requirement checks phase of the push-button reset operation.
  • PBRImageVersion The image version of the push-button reset tool.
  • PBRRecoveryStrategy The recovery strategy for this phase of push-button reset.
  • PBRStartedFrom Identifies the push-button reset entry point.
  • PBRType The type of push-button reset specified by the user interface.
  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRRequirementChecksPassed

This event returns data when PBR (Push Button Reset) requirement checks are passed.

The following fields are available:

  • OSVersion The OS version installed on the device.
  • PBRImageType The push-button reset image type.
  • PBRImageVersion The version of the push-button reset image.
  • PBRRecoveryStrategy The push-button reset recovery strategy.
  • PBRStartedFrom Identifies the push-button reset entry point.
  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRRestoreLicenseFailed

This event sends basic data about recovery operation failure on the device. This data allows investigation to help keep Windows and PBR (Push Button Reset) up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRSucceed

This event returns data when PBR (Push Button Reset) succeeds.

The following fields are available:

  • OSVersion The OS version installed on the device.
  • PBRType The type of push-button reset.
  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRUserCancelled

This event returns data when the user cancels the PBR (Push Button Reset) from the UI (user interface).

The following fields are available:

  • CancelPage The ID of the page where the user clicked Cancel.
  • PBRVariation The type of push-button reset.
  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRVersionsMistmatch

This event returns data when there is a version mismatch for WinRE (Windows Recovery) and the OS.

The following fields are available:

  • OSVersion The OS version installed on the device.
  • REVersion The version of Windows Recovery Environment (WinRE).
  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PBRWinREInstallationFailed

This event returns data when the WinRE (Windows Recovery) installation fails.

The following fields are available:

  • SessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PhaseFinished

This event returns data when a phase of PBR (Push Button Reset) has completed.

The following fields are available:

  • error The result code for this phase of push-button reset.
  • phase The name of this push-button reset phase.
  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • succeeded Indicates whether this phase of push-button reset executed successfully.
  • timestamp The timestamp for this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.PhaseStarted

This event is sent when a phase of the push-button reset (PBR) operation starts.

The following fields are available:

  • phase The name of this phase of push-button reset.
  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • timestamp The timestamp for this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.ReconstructionInfo

This event returns data about the PBR (Push Button Reset) reconstruction.

The following fields are available:

  • numPackagesAbandoned The number of packages that were abandoned during the reconstruction operation of push-button reset.
  • numPackagesFailed The number of packages that failed during the reconstruction operation of push-button reset.
  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • slowMode The mode of reconstruction.
  • targetVersion The target version of the OS for the reconstruction.
  • timestamp The timestamp of this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.ResetOptions

This event returns data about the PBR (Push Button Reset) reset options selected by the user.

The following fields are available:

  • overwriteSpace Indicates whether the option was selected to erase data during push-button reset.
  • preserveWorkplace Indicates whether the option was selected to reserve the workplace during push-button reset.
  • scenario The selected scenario for the push-button on reset operation.
  • sessionID The ID of this push-button on reset session.
  • timestamp The timestamp of this push-button on reset event.
  • wipeData Indicates whether the option was selected to wipe additional drives during push-button reset.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.RetryQueued

This event returns data about the retry count when PBR (Push Button Reset) is restarted due to a reboot.

The following fields are available:

  • attempt The number of retry attempts that were made
  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • timestamp The timestamp of this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.ReturnedToOldOS

This event returns data after PBR (Push Button Reset) has completed the rollback.

The following fields are available:

  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • timestamp The timestamp of this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.ReturnTaskSchedulingFailed

This event returns data when there is a failure scheduling a boot into WinRE (Windows Recovery).

The following fields are available:

  • errorCode The error that occurred while scheduling the task.
  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • taskName The name of the task.
  • timestamp The ID of this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.RollbackFinished

This event returns data when the PBR (Push Button Reset) rollback completes.

The following fields are available:

  • error Any errors that occurred during rollback to the old operating system.
  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • succeeded Indicates whether the rollback succeeded.
  • timestamp The timestamp of this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.RollbackStarted

This event returns data when the PBR (Push Button Reset) rollback begins.

The following fields are available:

  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • timestamp The timestamp of this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.ScenarioNotSupported

This event returns data when the PBR (Push Button Reset) scenario selected is not supported on the device.

The following fields are available:

  • errorCode The error that occurred.
  • reason The reason why this push-button reset scenario is not supported.
  • sessionID The ID for this push-button reset session.
  • timestamp The timestamp of this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.SessionCreated

This event returns data when the PRB (Push Button Reset) session is created at the beginning of the UI (user interface) process.

The following fields are available:

  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • timestamp The timestamp of this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.SessionResumed

This event returns data when the PRB (Push Button Reset) session is resumed after reboots.

The following fields are available:

  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • timestamp The timestamp of this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.SessionSaved

This event returns data when the PRB (Push Button Reset) session is suspended between reboots.

The following fields are available:

  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • timestamp The timestamp of this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.SetupExecuteFinished

This event returns data when the PBR (Push Button Reset) setup finishes.

The following fields are available:

  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • systemState Information about the system state of the Setup Platform operation.
  • timestamp The timestamp of this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.SetupExecuteStarted

This event returns data when the PBR (Push Button Reset) setup starts.

The following fields are available:

  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • timestamp The timestamp for this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.SetupFinalizeStarted

This event returns data when the Finalize operation is completed by setup during PBR (Push Button Reset).

The following fields are available:

  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • timestamp The timestamp for this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.SetupOperationFailed

This event returns data when a PRB (Push Button Reset) setup operation fails.

The following fields are available:

  • errorCode An error that occurred during the setup phase of push-button reset.
  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • setupExecutionOperation The name of the Setup Platform operation.
  • setupExecutionPhase The phase of the setup operation that failed.
  • timestamp The timestamp of this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.SystemInfoField

This event returns data about the device when the user initiates the PBR UI (Push Button Reset User Interface), to ensure the appropriate reset options are shown to the user.

The following fields are available:

  • name Name of the system information field.
  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • timestamp The timestamp of this push-button reset event.
  • value The system information field value.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.SystemInfoListItem

This event returns data about the device when the user initiates the PBR UI (Push Button Reset User Interface), to ensure the appropriate options can be shown to the user.

The following fields are available:

  • index The index number associated with the system information item.
  • name The name of the list of system information items.
  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • timestamp The timestamp for this push-button reset event.
  • value The value of the system information item.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.SystemInfoSenseFinished

This event returns data when System Info Sense is finished.

The following fields are available:

  • error The error code if an error occurred while querying for system information.
  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • succeeded Indicates whether the query for system information was successful.
  • timestamp The timestamp of this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.SystemInfoSenseStarted

This event returns data when System Info Sense is started.

The following fields are available:

  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset event.
  • timestamp The timestamp of this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.UserAcknowledgeCleanupWarning

This event returns data when the user acknowledges the cleanup warning pop-up after PRB (Push Button Reset) is complete.

The following fields are available:

  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • timestamp The timestamp for this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.UserCancel

This event returns data when the user confirms they wish to cancel PBR (Push Button Reset) from the user interface.

The following fields are available:

  • pageID The page ID for the page the user canceled.
  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • timestamp The timestamp for this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.UserConfirmStart

This event returns data when the user confirms they wish to reset their device and PBR (Push Button Reset) begins.

The following fields are available:

  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • timestamp The timestamp for this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.WinREInstallFinished

This event returns data when WinRE (Windows Recovery) installation is complete.

The following fields are available:

  • errorCode Any error that occurred during the Windows Recovery Environment (WinRE) installation.
  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • success Indicates whether the Windows Recovery Environment (WinRE) installation successfully completed.
  • timestamp The timestamp for this push-button reset event.

Microsoft.Windows.PBR.WinREInstallStarted

This event returns data when WinRE (Windows Recovery) installation starts.

The following fields are available:

  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.
  • timestamp The timestamp for this push-button reset event.

Sediment events

Microsoft.Windows.Sediment.Info.DetailedState

This event is sent when detailed state information is needed from an update trial run.

The following fields are available:

  • Data Data relevant to the state, such as what percent of disk space the directory takes up.
  • Id Identifies the trial being run, such as a disk related trial.
  • ReleaseVer The version of the component.
  • State The state of the reporting data from the trial, such as the top-level directory analysis.
  • Time The time the event was fired.

Microsoft.Windows.Sediment.Info.PhaseChange

The event indicates progress made by the updater. This information assists in keeping Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • NewPhase The phase of progress made.
  • ReleaseVer The version information for the component in which the change occurred.
  • Time The system time at which the phase chance occurred.

Setup events

SetupPlatformTel.SetupPlatformTelActivityEvent

This event sends basic metadata about the SetupPlatform update installation process, to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • FieldName Retrieves the event name/data point. Examples: InstallStartTime, InstallEndtime, OverallResult etc.
  • GroupName Retrieves the groupname the event belongs to. Example: Install Information, DU Information, Disk Space Information etc.
  • Value Value associated with the corresponding event name. For example, time-related events will include the system time

SetupPlatformTel.SetupPlatformTelActivityStarted

This event sends basic metadata about the update installation process generated by SetupPlatform to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • Name The name of the dynamic update type. Example: GDR driver

SetupPlatformTel.SetupPlatformTelActivityStopped

This event sends basic metadata about the update installation process generated by SetupPlatform to help keep Windows up to date.

SetupPlatformTel.SetupPlatformTelEvent

This service retrieves events generated by SetupPlatform, the engine that drives the various deployment scenarios.

The following fields are available:

  • FieldName Retrieves the event name/data point. Examples: InstallStartTime, InstallEndtime, OverallResult etc.
  • GroupName Retrieves the groupname the event belongs to. Example: Install Information, DU Information, Disk Space Information etc.
  • Value Retrieves the value associated with the corresponding event name (Field Name). For example: For time related events this will include the system time.

Software update events

SoftwareUpdateClientTelemetry.CheckForUpdates

Scan process event on Windows Update client. See the EventScenario field for specifics (started/failed/succeeded).

The following fields are available:

  • ActivityMatchingId Contains a unique ID identifying a single CheckForUpdates session from initialization to completion.
  • AllowCachedResults Indicates if the scan allowed using cached results.
  • ApplicableUpdateInfo Metadata for the updates which were detected as applicable
  • BiosFamily The family of the BIOS (Basic Input Output System).
  • BiosName The name of the device BIOS.
  • BiosReleaseDate The release date of the device BIOS.
  • BiosSKUNumber The sku number of the device BIOS.
  • BIOSVendor The vendor of the BIOS.
  • BiosVersion The version of the BIOS.
  • BranchReadinessLevel The servicing branch configured on the device.
  • CachedEngineVersion For self-initiated healing, the version of the SIH engine that is cached on the device. If the SIH engine does not exist, the value is null.
  • CallerApplicationName The name provided by the caller who initiated API calls into the software distribution client.
  • CapabilityDetectoidGuid The GUID for a hardware applicability detectoid that could not be evaluated.
  • CDNCountryCode Two letter country abbreviation for the Content Distribution Network (CDN) location.
  • CDNId The unique identifier of a specific device, used to identify how many devices are encountering success or a particular issue.
  • ClientVersion The version number of the software distribution client.
  • CommonProps A bitmask for future flags associated with the Windows Update client behavior. No data is currently reported in this field. Expected value for this field is 0.
  • Context Gives context on where the error has occurred. Example: AutoEnable, GetSLSData, AddService, Misc, or Unknown
  • CurrentMobileOperator The mobile operator the device is currently connected to.
  • DeferralPolicySources Sources for any update deferral policies defined (GPO = 0x10, MDM = 0x100, Flight = 0x1000, UX = 0x10000).
  • DeferredUpdates Update IDs which are currently being deferred until a later time
  • DeviceModel What is the device model.
  • DriverError The error code hit during a driver scan. This is 0 if no error was encountered.
  • DriverExclusionPolicy Indicates if the policy for not including drivers with Windows Update is enabled.
  • DriverSyncPassPerformed Were drivers scanned this time?
  • EventInstanceID A globally unique identifier for event instance.
  • EventScenario Indicates the purpose of sending this event - whether because the software distribution just started checking for content, or whether it was cancelled, succeeded, or failed.
  • ExtendedMetadataCabUrl Hostname that is used to download an update.
  • ExtendedStatusCode Secondary error code for certain scenarios where StatusCode wasn't specific enough.
  • FailedUpdateGuids The GUIDs for the updates that failed to be evaluated during the scan.
  • FailedUpdatesCount The number of updates that failed to be evaluated during the scan.
  • FeatureUpdateDeferral The deferral period configured for feature OS updates on the device (in days).
  • FeatureUpdatePause Indicates whether feature OS updates are paused on the device.
  • FeatureUpdatePausePeriod The pause duration configured for feature OS updates on the device (in days).
  • FlightBranch The branch that a device is on if participating in flighting (pre-release builds).
  • FlightRing The ring (speed of getting builds) that a device is on if participating in flighting (pre-release builds).
  • HomeMobileOperator The mobile operator that the device was originally intended to work with.
  • IntentPFNs Intended application-set metadata for atomic update scenarios.
  • IPVersion Indicates whether the download took place over IPv4 or IPv6
  • IsWUfBDualScanEnabled Indicates if Windows Update for Business dual scan is enabled on the device.
  • IsWUfBEnabled Indicates if Windows Update for Business is enabled on the device.
  • IsWUfBFederatedScanDisabled Indicates if Windows Update for Business federated scan is disabled on the device.
  • MetadataIntegrityMode The mode of the update transport metadata integrity check. 0-Unknown, 1-Ignoe, 2-Audit, 3-Enforce
  • MSIError The last error that was encountered during a scan for updates.
  • NetworkConnectivityDetected Indicates the type of network connectivity that was detected. 0 - IPv4, 1 - IPv6
  • NumberOfApplicableUpdates The number of updates which were ultimately deemed applicable to the system after the detection process is complete
  • NumberOfApplicationsCategoryScanEvaluated The number of categories (apps) for which an app update scan checked
  • NumberOfLoop The number of round trips the scan required
  • NumberOfNewUpdatesFromServiceSync The number of updates which were seen for the first time in this scan
  • NumberOfUpdatesEvaluated The total number of updates which were evaluated as a part of the scan
  • NumFailedMetadataSignatures The number of metadata signatures checks which failed for new metadata synced down.
  • Online Indicates if this was an online scan.
  • PausedUpdates A list of UpdateIds which that currently being paused.
  • PauseFeatureUpdatesEndTime If feature OS updates are paused on the device, this is the date and time for the end of the pause time window.
  • PauseFeatureUpdatesStartTime If feature OS updates are paused on the device, this is the date and time for the beginning of the pause time window.
  • PauseQualityUpdatesEndTime If quality OS updates are paused on the device, this is the date and time for the end of the pause time window.
  • PauseQualityUpdatesStartTime If quality OS updates are paused on the device, this is the date and time for the beginning of the pause time window.
  • PhonePreviewEnabled Indicates whether a phone was getting preview build, prior to flighting (pre-release builds) being introduced.
  • ProcessName The process name of the caller who initiated API calls, in the event where CallerApplicationName was not provided.
  • QualityUpdateDeferral The deferral period configured for quality OS updates on the device (in days).
  • QualityUpdatePause Indicates whether quality OS updates are paused on the device.
  • QualityUpdatePausePeriod The pause duration configured for quality OS updates on the device (in days).
  • RelatedCV The previous Correlation Vector that was used before swapping with a new one
  • ScanDurationInSeconds The number of seconds a scan took
  • ScanEnqueueTime The number of seconds it took to initialize a scan
  • ScanProps This is a 32-bit integer containing Boolean properties for a given Windows Update scan. The following bits are used; all remaining bits are reserved and set to zero. Bit 0 (0x1): IsInteractive - is set to 1 if the scan is requested by a user, or 0 if the scan is requested by Automatic Updates. Bit 1 (0x2): IsSeeker - is set to 1 if the Windows Update client's Seeker functionality is enabled. Seeker functionality is enabled on certain interactive scans, and results in the scans returning certain updates that are in the initial stages of release (not yet released for full adoption via Automatic Updates).
  • ServiceGuid An ID which represents which service the software distribution client is checking for content (Windows Update, Microsoft Store, etc.).
  • ServiceUrl The environment URL a device is configured to scan with
  • ShippingMobileOperator The mobile operator that a device shipped on.
  • StatusCode Indicates the result of a CheckForUpdates event (success, cancellation, failure code HResult).
  • SyncType Describes the type of scan the event was
  • SystemBIOSMajorRelease Major version of the BIOS.
  • SystemBIOSMinorRelease Minor version of the BIOS.
  • TargetMetadataVersion For self-initiated healing, this is the target version of the SIH engine to download (if needed). If not, the value is null.
  • TotalNumMetadataSignatures The total number of metadata signatures checks done for new metadata that was synced down.
  • WebServiceRetryMethods Web service method requests that needed to be retried to complete operation.
  • WUDeviceID The unique identifier of a specific device, used to identify how many devices are encountering success or a particular issue.

SoftwareUpdateClientTelemetry.Commit

This event tracks the commit process post the update installation when software update client is trying to update the device.

The following fields are available:

  • BiosFamily Device family as defined in the system BIOS
  • BiosName Name of the system BIOS
  • BiosReleaseDate Release date of the system BIOS
  • BiosSKUNumber Device SKU as defined in the system BIOS
  • BIOSVendor Vendor of the system BIOS
  • BiosVersion Version of the system BIOS
  • BundleId Identifier associated with the specific content bundle; should not be all zeros if the bundleID was found.
  • BundleRevisionNumber Identifies the revision number of the content bundle
  • CallerApplicationName Name provided by the caller who initiated API calls into the software distribution client
  • ClientVersion Version number of the software distribution client
  • DeploymentProviderMode The mode of operation of the update deployment provider.
  • DeviceModel Device model as defined in the system bios
  • EventInstanceID A globally unique identifier for event instance
  • EventScenario Indicates the purpose of the event - whether because scan started, succeded, failed, etc.
  • EventType Possible values are "Child", "Bundle", "Relase" or "Driver".
  • FlightId The specific id of the flight the device is getting
  • HandlerType Indicates the kind of content (app, driver, windows patch, etc.)
  • RevisionNumber Identifies the revision number of this specific piece of content
  • ServiceGuid A unique identifier for the service that the software distribution client is installing content for (Windows Update, Microsoft Store, etc).
  • SystemBIOSMajorRelease Major release version of the system bios
  • SystemBIOSMinorRelease Minor release version of the system bios
  • UpdateId Identifier associated with the specific piece of content
  • WUDeviceID Unique device id controlled by the software distribution client

SoftwareUpdateClientTelemetry.Download

Download process event for target update on Windows Update client. See the EventScenario field for specifics (started/failed/succeeded).

The following fields are available:

  • ActiveDownloadTime Number of seconds the update was actively being downloaded.
  • AppXBlockHashFailures Indicates the number of blocks that failed hash validation during download.
  • AppXBlockHashValidationFailureCount A count of the number of blocks that have failed validation after being downloaded.
  • AppXDownloadScope Indicates the scope of the download for application content. For streaming install scenarios, AllContent - non-streaming download, RequiredOnly - streaming download requested content required for launch, AutomaticOnly - streaming download requested automatic streams for the app, and Unknown - for events sent before download scope is determined by the Windows Update client.
  • AppXScope Indicates the scope of the app download.
  • BiosFamily The family of the BIOS (Basic Input Output System).
  • BiosName The name of the device BIOS.
  • BiosReleaseDate The release date of the device BIOS.
  • BiosSKUNumber The sku number of the device BIOS.
  • BIOSVendor The vendor of the BIOS.
  • BiosVersion The version of the BIOS.
  • BundleBytesDownloaded Number of bytes downloaded for the specific content bundle.
  • BundleId Identifier associated with the specific content bundle; should not be all zeros if the bundleID was found.
  • BundleRepeatFailCount Indicates whether this particular update bundle previously failed.
  • BundleRepeatFailFlag Indicates whether this particular update bundle previously failed to download.
  • BundleRevisionNumber Identifies the revision number of the content bundle.
  • BytesDownloaded Number of bytes that were downloaded for an individual piece of content (not the entire bundle).
  • CallerApplicationName The name provided by the caller who initiated API calls into the software distribution client.
  • CbsDownloadMethod Indicates whether the download was a full-file download or a partial/delta download.
  • CbsMethod The method used for downloading the update content related to the Component Based Servicing (CBS) technology.
  • CDNCountryCode Two letter country abbreviation for the Content Distribution Network (CDN) location.
  • CDNId ID which defines which CDN the software distribution client downloaded the content from.
  • ClientVersion The version number of the software distribution client.
  • CommonProps A bitmask for future flags associated with the Windows Update client behavior.
  • ConnectTime Indicates the cumulative amount of time (in seconds) it took to establish the connection for all updates in an update bundle.
  • CurrentMobileOperator The mobile operator the device is currently connected to.
  • DeviceModel What is the device model.
  • DownloadPriority Indicates whether a download happened at background, normal, or foreground priority.
  • DownloadProps Information about the download operation properties in the form of a bitmask.
  • EventInstanceID A globally unique identifier for event instance.
  • EventScenario Indicates the purpose of sending this event - whether because the software distribution just started downloading content, or whether it was cancelled, succeeded, or failed.
  • EventType Possible values are Child, Bundle, or Driver.
  • ExtendedStatusCode Secondary error code for certain scenarios where StatusCode wasn't specific enough.
  • FeatureUpdatePause Indicates whether feature OS updates are paused on the device.
  • FlightBranch The branch that a device is on if participating in flighting (pre-release builds).
  • FlightBuildNumber If this download was for a flight (pre-release build), this indicates the build number of that flight.
  • FlightId The specific ID of the flight (pre-release build) the device is getting.
  • FlightRing The ring (speed of getting builds) that a device is on if participating in flighting (pre-release builds).
  • HandlerType Indicates what kind of content is being downloaded (app, driver, windows patch, etc.).
  • HardwareId If this download was for a driver targeted to a particular device model, this ID indicates the model of the device.
  • HomeMobileOperator The mobile operator that the device was originally intended to work with.
  • HostName The hostname URL the content is downloading from.
  • IPVersion Indicates whether the download took place over IPv4 or IPv6.
  • IsDependentSet Indicates whether a driver is a part of a larger System Hardware/Firmware Update
  • IsWUfBDualScanEnabled Indicates if Windows Update for Business dual scan is enabled on the device.
  • IsWUfBEnabled Indicates if Windows Update for Business is enabled on the device.
  • NetworkCost A flag indicating the cost of the network (congested, fixed, variable, over data limit, roaming, etc.) used for downloading the update content.
  • NetworkCostBitMask Indicates what kind of network the device is connected to (roaming, metered, over data cap, etc.)
  • NetworkRestrictionStatus More general version of NetworkCostBitMask, specifying whether Windows considered the current network to be "metered."
  • PackageFullName The package name of the content.
  • PhonePreviewEnabled Indicates whether a phone was opted-in to getting preview builds, prior to flighting (pre-release builds) being introduced.
  • PostDnldTime Time taken (in seconds) to signal download completion after the last job has completed downloading payload.
  • ProcessName The process name of the caller who initiated API calls, in the event where CallerApplicationName was not provided.
  • QualityUpdatePause Indicates whether quality OS updates are paused on the device.
  • Reason A 32-bit integer representing the reason the update is blocked from being downloaded in the background.
  • RegulationReason The reason that the update is regulated
  • RegulationResult The result code (HResult) of the last attempt to contact the regulation web service for download regulation of update content.
  • RelatedCV The previous Correlation Vector that was used before swapping with a new one.
  • RepeatFailCount Indicates whether this specific content has previously failed.
  • RepeatFailFlag Indicates whether this specific piece of content had previously failed to download.
  • RevisionNumber The revision number of the specified piece of content.
  • ServiceGuid A unique identifier for the service that the software distribution client is installing content for (Windows Update, Microsoft Store, etc).
  • Setup360Phase If the download is for an operating system upgrade, this datapoint indicates which phase of the upgrade is underway.
  • ShippingMobileOperator The mobile operator that a device shipped on.
  • SizeCalcTime Time taken (in seconds) to calculate the total download size of the payload.
  • StatusCode Indicates the result of a Download event (success, cancellation, failure code HResult).
  • SystemBIOSMajorRelease Major version of the BIOS.
  • SystemBIOSMinorRelease Minor version of the BIOS.
  • TargetGroupId For drivers targeted to a specific device model, this ID indicates the distribution group of devices receiving that driver.
  • TargetingVersion For drivers targeted to a specific device model, this is the version number of the drivers being distributed to the device.
  • ThrottlingServiceHResult Result code (success/failure) while contacting a web service to determine whether this device should download content yet.
  • TimeToEstablishConnection Time (in ms) it took to establish the connection prior to beginning downloaded.
  • TotalExpectedBytes The total count of bytes that the download is expected to be.
  • UpdateId An identifier associated with the specific piece of content.
  • UpdateImportance Indicates whether a piece of content was marked as Important, Recommended, or Optional.
  • UsedDO Whether the download used the delivery optimization service.
  • UsedSystemVolume Indicates whether the content was downloaded to the device's main system storage drive, or an alternate storage drive.
  • WUDeviceID The unique identifier of a specific device, used to identify how many devices are encountering success or a particular issue.

SoftwareUpdateClientTelemetry.DownloadCheckpoint

This event provides a checkpoint between each of the Windows Update download phases for UUP content

The following fields are available:

  • CallerApplicationName The name provided by the caller who initiated API calls into the software distribution client
  • ClientVersion The version number of the software distribution client
  • EventScenario Indicates the purpose of sending this event - whether because the software distribution just started checking for content, or whether it was cancelled, succeeded, or failed
  • EventType Possible values are "Child", "Bundle", "Relase" or "Driver"
  • ExtendedStatusCode Secondary error code for certain scenarios where StatusCode wasn't specific enough
  • FileId A hash that uniquely identifies a file
  • FileName Name of the downloaded file
  • FlightId The unique identifier for each flight
  • RelatedCV The previous Correlation Vector that was used before swapping with a new one
  • RevisionNumber Unique revision number of Update
  • ServiceGuid An ID which represents which service the software distribution client is checking for content (Windows Update, Microsoft Store, etc.)
  • StatusCode Indicates the result of a CheckForUpdates event (success, cancellation, failure code HResult)
  • UpdateId Unique Update ID
  • WUDeviceID The unique identifier of a specific device, used to identify how many devices are encountering success or a particular issue

SoftwareUpdateClientTelemetry.DownloadHeartbeat

This event allows tracking of ongoing downloads and contains data to explain the current state of the download

The following fields are available:

  • BytesTotal Total bytes to transfer for this content
  • BytesTransferred Total bytes transferred for this content at the time of heartbeat
  • CallerApplicationName Name provided by the caller who initiated API calls into the software distribution client
  • ClientVersion The version number of the software distribution client
  • ConnectionStatus Indicates the connectivity state of the device at the time of heartbeat
  • CurrentError Last (transient) error encountered by the active download
  • DownloadFlags Flags indicating if power state is ignored
  • DownloadState Current state of the active download for this content (queued, suspended, or progressing)
  • EventType Possible values are "Child", "Bundle", or "Driver"
  • FlightId The unique identifier for each flight
  • IsNetworkMetered Indicates whether Windows considered the current network to be ?metered"
  • MOAppDownloadLimit Mobile operator cap on size of application downloads, if any
  • MOUpdateDownloadLimit Mobile operator cap on size of operating system update downloads, if any
  • PowerState Indicates the power state of the device at the time of heartbeart (DC, AC, Battery Saver, or Connected Standby)
  • RelatedCV The previous correlation vector that was used by the client, before swapping with a new one
  • ResumeCount Number of times this active download has resumed from a suspended state
  • RevisionNumber Identifies the revision number of this specific piece of content
  • ServiceGuid Identifier for the service to which the software distribution client is connecting (Windows Update, Microsoft Store, etc)
  • SuspendCount Number of times this active download has entered a suspended state
  • SuspendReason Last reason for why this active download entered a suspended state
  • UpdateId Identifier associated with the specific piece of content
  • WUDeviceID Unique device id controlled by the software distribution client

SoftwareUpdateClientTelemetry.Install

This event sends tracking data about the software distribution client installation of the content for that update, to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • BiosFamily The family of the BIOS (Basic Input Output System).
  • BiosName The name of the device BIOS.
  • BiosReleaseDate The release date of the device BIOS.
  • BiosSKUNumber The sku number of the device BIOS.
  • BIOSVendor The vendor of the BIOS.
  • BiosVersion The version of the BIOS.
  • BundleId Identifier associated with the specific content bundle; should not be all zeros if the bundleID was found.
  • BundleRepeatFailCount Indicates whether this particular update bundle has previously failed.
  • BundleRepeatFailFlag Indicates whether this particular update bundle previously failed to install.
  • BundleRevisionNumber Identifies the revision number of the content bundle.
  • CallerApplicationName The name provided by the caller who initiated API calls into the software distribution client.
  • ClientVersion The version number of the software distribution client.
  • CommonProps A bitmask for future flags associated with the Windows Update client behavior. No value is currently reported in this field. Expected value for this field is 0.
  • CSIErrorType The stage of CBS installation where it failed.
  • CurrentMobileOperator The mobile operator to which the device is currently connected.
  • DeploymentProviderMode The mode of operation of the update deployment provider.
  • DeviceModel The device model.
  • DriverPingBack Contains information about the previous driver and system state.
  • DriverRecoveryIds The list of identifiers that could be used for uninstalling the drivers if a recovery is required.
  • EventInstanceID A globally unique identifier for event instance.
  • EventScenario Indicates the purpose of sending this event - whether because the software distribution just started installing content, or whether it was cancelled, succeeded, or failed.
  • EventType Possible values are Child, Bundle, or Driver.
  • ExtendedErrorCode The extended error code.
  • ExtendedStatusCode Secondary error code for certain scenarios where StatusCode is not specific enough.
  • FeatureUpdatePause Indicates whether feature OS updates are paused on the device.
  • FlightBranch The branch that a device is on if participating in the Windows Insider Program.
  • FlightBuildNumber If this installation was for a Windows Insider build, this is the build number of that build.
  • FlightId The specific ID of the Windows Insider build the device is getting.
  • FlightRing The ring that a device is on if participating in the Windows Insider Program.
  • HandlerType Indicates what kind of content is being installed (for example, app, driver, Windows update).
  • HardwareId If this install was for a driver targeted to a particular device model, this ID indicates the model of the device.
  • HomeMobileOperator The mobile operator that the device was originally intended to work with.
  • InstallProps A bitmask for future flags associated with the install operation. No value is currently reported in this field. Expected value for this field is 0.
  • IntentPFNs Intended application-set metadata for atomic update scenarios.
  • IsDependentSet Indicates whether the driver is part of a larger System Hardware/Firmware update.
  • IsFinalOutcomeEvent Indicates whether this event signals the end of the update/upgrade process.
  • IsFirmware Indicates whether this update is a firmware update.
  • IsSuccessFailurePostReboot Indicates whether the update succeeded and then failed after a restart.
  • IsWUfBDualScanEnabled Indicates whether Windows Update for Business dual scan is enabled on the device.
  • IsWUfBEnabled Indicates whether Windows Update for Business is enabled on the device.
  • MergedUpdate Indicates whether the OS update and a BSP update merged for installation.
  • MsiAction The stage of MSI installation where it failed.
  • MsiProductCode The unique identifier of the MSI installer.
  • PackageFullName The package name of the content being installed.
  • PhonePreviewEnabled Indicates whether a phone was getting preview build, prior to flighting being introduced.
  • ProcessName The process name of the caller who initiated API calls, in the event that CallerApplicationName was not provided.
  • QualityUpdatePause Indicates whether quality OS updates are paused on the device.
  • RelatedCV The previous Correlation Vector that was used before swapping with a new one
  • RepeatFailCount Indicates whether this specific piece of content has previously failed.
  • RepeatFailFlag Indicates whether this specific piece of content previously failed to install.
  • RevisionNumber The revision number of this specific piece of content.
  • ServiceGuid An ID which represents which service the software distribution client is installing content for (Windows Update, Microsoft Store, etc.).
  • Setup360Phase If the install is for an operating system upgrade, indicates which phase of the upgrade is underway.
  • ShippingMobileOperator The mobile operator that a device shipped on.
  • StatusCode Indicates the result of an installation event (success, cancellation, failure code HResult).
  • SystemBIOSMajorRelease Major version of the BIOS.
  • SystemBIOSMinorRelease Minor version of the BIOS.
  • TargetGroupId For drivers targeted to a specific device model, this ID indicates the distribution group of devices receiving that driver.
  • TargetingVersion For drivers targeted to a specific device model, this is the version number of the drivers being distributed to the device.
  • TransactionCode The ID that represents a given MSI installation.
  • UpdateId Unique update ID.
  • UpdateImportance Indicates whether a piece of content was marked as Important, Recommended, or Optional.
  • UsedSystemVolume Indicates whether the content was downloaded and then installed from the device's main system storage drive, or an alternate storage drive.
  • WUDeviceID The unique identifier of a specific device, used to identify how many devices are encountering success or a particular issue.

SoftwareUpdateClientTelemetry.Revert

Revert event for target update on Windows Update Client. See EventScenario field for specifics (for example, Started/Failed/Succeeded).

The following fields are available:

  • BundleId Identifier associated with the specific content bundle. Should not be all zeros if the BundleId was found.
  • BundleRepeatFailCount Indicates whether this particular update bundle has previously failed.
  • BundleRevisionNumber Identifies the revision number of the content bundle.
  • CallerApplicationName Name of application making the Windows Update request. Used to identify context of request.
  • ClientVersion Version number of the software distribution client.
  • CommonProps A bitmask for future flags associated with the Windows Update client behavior. There is no value being reported in this field right now. Expected value for this field is 0.
  • CSIErrorType Stage of CBS installation that failed.
  • DeploymentProviderMode The mode of operation of the update deployment provider.
  • DriverPingBack Contains information about the previous driver and system state.
  • DriverRecoveryIds The list of identifiers that could be used for uninstalling the drivers if a recovery is required.
  • EventInstanceID A globally unique identifier for event instance.
  • EventScenario Indicates the purpose of the event (scan started, succeeded, failed, etc.).
  • EventType Event type (Child, Bundle, Release, or Driver).
  • ExtendedStatusCode Secondary status code for certain scenarios where StatusCode is not specific enough.
  • FeatureUpdatePause Indicates whether feature OS updates are paused on the device.
  • FlightBuildNumber Indicates the build number of the flight.
  • FlightId The specific ID of the flight the device is getting.
  • HandlerType Indicates the kind of content (app, driver, windows patch, etc.).
  • HardwareId If this download was for a driver targeted to a particular device model, this ID indicates the model of the device.
  • IsFinalOutcomeEvent Indicates whether this event signals the end of the update/upgrade process.
  • IsFirmware Indicates whether an update was a firmware update.
  • IsSuccessFailurePostReboot Indicates whether an initial success was a failure after a reboot.
  • IsWUfBDualScanEnabled Flag indicating whether WU-for-Business dual scan is enabled on the device.
  • IsWUfBEnabled Flag indicating whether WU-for-Business is enabled on the device.
  • MergedUpdate Indicates whether an OS update and a BSP update were merged for install.
  • ProcessName Process name of the caller who initiated API calls into the software distribution client.
  • QualityUpdatePause Indicates whether quality OS updates are paused on the device.
  • RelatedCV The previous correlation vector that was used by the client before swapping with a new one.
  • RepeatFailCount Indicates whether this specific piece of content has previously failed.
  • RevisionNumber Identifies the revision number of this specific piece of content.
  • ServiceGuid A unique identifier for the service that the software distribution client is installing content for (Windows Update, Microsoft Store, etc).
  • StatusCode Result code of the event (success, cancellation, failure code HResult).
  • TargetGroupId For drivers targeted to a specific device model, this ID indicates the distribution group of devices receiving that driver.
  • TargetingVersion For drivers targeted to a specific device model, this is the version number of the drivers being distributed to the device.
  • UpdateId The identifier associated with the specific piece of content.
  • UpdateImportance Indicates the importance of a driver, and why it received that importance level (0-Unknown, 1-Optional, 2-Important-DNF, 3-Important-Generic, 4-Important-Other, 5-Recommended).
  • UsedSystemVolume Indicates whether the device's main system storage drive or an alternate storage drive was used.
  • WUDeviceID Unique device ID controlled by the software distribution client.

SoftwareUpdateClientTelemetry.TaskRun

Start event for Server Initiated Healing client. See EventScenario field for specifics (for example, started/completed).

The following fields are available:

  • CallerApplicationName Name of application making the Windows Update request. Used to identify context of request.
  • ClientVersion Version number of the software distribution client.
  • CmdLineArgs Command line arguments passed in by the caller.
  • EventInstanceID A globally unique identifier for the event instance.
  • EventScenario Indicates the purpose of the event (scan started, succeeded, failed, etc.).
  • Mode Indicates the mode that has started.
  • ServiceGuid Identifier for the service to which the software distribution client is connecting (Windows Update, Microsoft Store, etc.).
  • StatusCode Result code of the event (success, cancellation, failure code HResult).
  • WUDeviceID Unique device ID controlled by the software distribution client.

SoftwareUpdateClientTelemetry.Uninstall

Uninstall event for target update on Windows Update Client. See EventScenario field for specifics (for example, Started/Failed/Succeeded).

The following fields are available:

  • BundleId The identifier associated with the specific content bundle. This should not be all zeros if the bundleID was found.
  • BundleRepeatFailCount Indicates whether this particular update bundle previously failed.
  • BundleRevisionNumber Identifies the revision number of the content bundle.
  • CallerApplicationName Name of the application making the Windows Update request. Used to identify context of request.
  • ClientVersion Version number of the software distribution client.
  • CommonProps A bitmask for future flags associated with the Windows Update client behavior. There is no value being reported in this field right now. Expected value for this field is 0.
  • DeploymentProviderMode The mode of operation of the Update Deployment Provider.
  • DriverPingBack Contains information about the previous driver and system state.
  • DriverRecoveryIds The list of identifiers that could be used for uninstalling the drivers when a recovery is required.
  • EventInstanceID A globally unique identifier for event instance.
  • EventScenario Indicates the purpose of the event (a scan started, succeded, failed, etc.).
  • EventType Indicates the event type. Possible values are "Child", "Bundle", "Release" or "Driver".
  • ExtendedStatusCode Secondary status code for certain scenarios where StatusCode is not specific enough.
  • FeatureUpdatePause Indicates whether feature OS updates are paused on the device.
  • FlightBuildNumber Indicates the build number of the flight.
  • FlightId The specific ID of the flight the device is getting.
  • HandlerType Indicates the kind of content (app, driver, windows patch, etc.).
  • HardwareId If the download was for a driver targeted to a particular device model, this ID indicates the model of the device.
  • IsFinalOutcomeEvent Indicates whether this event signals the end of the update/upgrade process.
  • IsFirmware Indicates whether an update was a firmware update.
  • IsSuccessFailurePostReboot Indicates whether an initial success was then a failure after a reboot.
  • IsWUfBDualScanEnabled Flag indicating whether WU-for-Business dual scan is enabled on the device.
  • IsWUfBEnabled Flag indicating whether WU-for-Business is enabled on the device.
  • MergedUpdate Indicates whether an OS update and a BSP update were merged for install.
  • ProcessName Process name of the caller who initiated API calls into the software distribution client.
  • QualityUpdatePause Indicates whether quality OS updates are paused on the device.
  • RelatedCV The previous correlation vector that was used by the client before swapping with a new one.
  • RepeatFailCount Indicates whether this specific piece of content previously failed.
  • RevisionNumber Identifies the revision number of this specific piece of content.
  • ServiceGuid A unique identifier for the service that the software distribution client is installing content for (Windows Update, Microsoft Store, etc).
  • StatusCode Result code of the event (success, cancellation, failure code HResult).
  • TargetGroupId For drivers targeted to a specific device model, this ID indicates the distribution group of devices receiving that driver.
  • TargetingVersion For drivers targeted to a specific device model, this is the version number of the drivers being distributed to the device.
  • UpdateId Identifier associated with the specific piece of content.
  • UpdateImportance Indicates the importance of a driver and why it received that importance level (0-Unknown, 1-Optional, 2-Important-DNF, 3-Important-Generic, 4-Important-Other, 5-Recommended).
  • UsedSystemVolume Indicates whether the device’s main system storage drive or an alternate storage drive was used.
  • WUDeviceID Unique device ID controlled by the software distribution client.

SoftwareUpdateClientTelemetry.UpdateDetected

This event sends data about an AppX app that has been updated from the Microsoft Store, including what app needs an update and what version/architecture is required, in order to understand and address problems with apps getting required updates.

The following fields are available:

  • ApplicableUpdateInfo Metadata for the updates which were detected as applicable.
  • CallerApplicationName The name provided by the caller who initiated API calls into the software distribution client.
  • IntentPFNs Intended application-set metadata for atomic update scenarios.
  • NumberOfApplicableUpdates The number of updates ultimately deemed applicable to the system after the detection process is complete.
  • RelatedCV The previous Correlation Vector that was used before swapping with a new one.
  • ServiceGuid An ID that represents which service the software distribution client is connecting to (Windows Update, Microsoft Store, etc.).
  • WUDeviceID The unique device ID controlled by the software distribution client.

SoftwareUpdateClientTelemetry.UpdateMetadataIntegrity

Ensures Windows Updates are secure and complete. Event helps to identify whether update content has been tampered with and protects against man-in-the-middle attack.

The following fields are available:

  • CallerApplicationName Name of application making the Windows Update request. Used to identify context of request.
  • EndpointUrl URL of the endpoint where client obtains update metadata. Used to identify test vs staging vs production environments.
  • EventScenario Indicates the purpose of the event - whether because scan started, succeded, failed, etc.
  • ExtendedStatusCode Secondary status code for certain scenarios where StatusCode was not specific enough.
  • LeafCertId The integral ID from the FragmentSigning data for the certificate that failed.
  • ListOfSHA256OfIntermediateCerData A semicolon delimited list of base64 encoding of hashes for the Base64CerData in the FragmentSigning data of an intermediate certificate.
  • MetadataIntegrityMode Mode of update transport metadata integrity check. 0-Unknown, 1-Ignoe, 2-Audit, 3-Enforce
  • MetadataSignature A base64-encoded string of the signature associated with the update metadata (specified by revision ID).
  • RawMode The raw unparsed mode string from the SLS response. This field is null if not applicable.
  • RawValidityWindowInDays The raw unparsed validity window string in days of the timestamp token. This field is null if not applicable.
  • RevisionId The revision ID for a specific piece of content.
  • RevisionNumber The revision number for a specific piece of content.
  • ServiceGuid Identifies the service to which the software distribution client is connected, Example: Windows Update or Microsoft Store
  • SHA256OfLeafCerData A base64 encoding of the hash for the Base64CerData in the FragmentSigning data of the leaf certificate.
  • SHA256OfLeafCertPublicKey A base64 encoding of the hash of the Base64CertData in the FragmentSigning data of the leaf certificate.
  • SHA256OfTimestampToken An encoded string of the timestamp token.
  • SignatureAlgorithm The hash algorithm for the metadata signature.
  • SLSPrograms A test program a machine may be opted in. Examples include "Canary" and "Insider Fast".
  • StatusCode Result code of the event (success, cancellation, failure code HResult)
  • TimestampTokenCertThumbprint The thumbprint of the encoded timestamp token.
  • TimestampTokenId The time this was created. It is encoded in a timestamp blob and will be zero if the token is malformed.
  • UpdateId The update ID for a specific piece of content.
  • ValidityWindowInDays The validity window that's in effect when verifying the timestamp.

System reset events

Microsoft.Windows.SysReset.FlightUninstallCancel

This event indicates the customer has cancelled uninstallation of Windows.

Microsoft.Windows.SysReset.FlightUninstallError

This event sends an error code when the Windows uninstallation fails.

The following fields are available:

  • ErrorCode Error code for uninstallation failure.

Microsoft.Windows.SysReset.FlightUninstallReboot

This event is sent to signal an upcoming reboot during uninstallation of Windows.

Microsoft.Windows.SysReset.FlightUninstallStart

This event indicates that the Windows uninstallation has started.

Microsoft.Windows.SysReset.FlightUninstallUnavailable

This event sends diagnostic data when the Windows uninstallation is not available.

The following fields are available:

  • AddedProfiles Indicates that new user profiles have been created since the flight was installed.
  • MissingExternalStorage Indicates that the external storage used to install the flight is not available.
  • MissingInfra Indicates that uninstall resources are missing.
  • MovedProfiles Indicates that the user profile has been moved since the flight was installed.

Microsoft.Windows.SysReset.HasPendingActions

This event is sent when users have actions that will block the uninstall of the latest quality update.

Microsoft.Windows.SysReset.IndicateLCUWasUninstalled

This event is sent when the registry indicates that the latest cumulative Windows update package has finished uninstalling.

The following fields are available:

  • errorCode The error code if there was a failure during uninstallation of the latest cumulative Windows update package.

Microsoft.Windows.SysReset.LCUUninstall

This event is sent when the latest cumulative Windows update was uninstalled on a device.

The following fields are available:

  • errorCode An error that occurred while the Windows update package was being uninstalled.
  • packageName The name of the Windows update package that is being uninstalled.
  • removalTime The amount of time it took to uninstall the Windows update package.

Microsoft.Windows.SysReset.PBRBlockedByPolicy

This event is sent when a push-button reset operation is blocked by the System Administrator.

The following fields are available:

  • PBRBlocked Reason the push-button reset operation was blocked.
  • PBRType The type of push-button reset operation that was blocked.

Microsoft.Windows.SysReset.PBREngineInitFailed

This event signals a failed handoff between two recovery binaries.

The following fields are available:

  • Operation Legacy customer scenario.

Microsoft.Windows.SysReset.PBREngineInitSucceed

This event signals successful handoff between two recovery binaries.

The following fields are available:

  • Operation Legacy customer scenario.

Microsoft.Windows.SysReset.PBRFailedOffline

This event reports the error code when recovery fails.

The following fields are available:

  • HRESULT Error code for the failure.
  • PBRType The recovery scenario.
  • SessionID The unique ID for the recovery session.

Microsoft.Windows.SystemReset.EsimPresentCheck

This event is sent when a device is checked to see whether it has an embedded SIM (eSIM).

The following fields are available:

  • errorCode Any error that occurred while checking for the presence of an embedded SIM.
  • esimPresent Indicates whether an embedded SIM is present on the device.
  • sessionID The ID of this session.

Microsoft.Windows.SystemReset.PBRCorruptionRepairOption

This event sends corruption repair diagnostic data when the PBRCorruptionRepairOption encounters a corruption error.

The following fields are available:

  • cbsSessionOption The corruption repair configuration.
  • errorCode The error code encountered.
  • meteredConnection Indicates whether the device is connected to a metered network (wired or WiFi).
  • sessionID The globally unique identifier (GUID) for the session.

Microsoft.Windows.SystemReset.RepairNeeded

This event provides information about whether a system reset needs repair.

The following fields are available:

  • repairNeeded Indicates whether there was corruption in the system reset which needs repair.
  • sessionID The ID of this push-button reset session.

UEFI events

Microsoft.Windows.UEFI.ESRT

This event sends basic data during boot about the firmware loaded or recently installed on the machine. This helps to keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • DriverFirmwareFilename The firmware file name reported by the device hardware key.
  • DriverFirmwarePolicy The optional version update policy value.
  • DriverFirmwareStatus The firmware status reported by the device hardware key.
  • DriverFirmwareVersion The firmware version reported by the device hardware key.
  • FirmwareId The UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) identifier.
  • FirmwareLastAttemptStatus The reported status of the most recent firmware installation attempt, as reported by the EFI System Resource Table (ESRT).
  • FirmwareLastAttemptVersion The version of the most recent attempted firmware installation, as reported by the EFI System Resource Table (ESRT).
  • FirmwareType The UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) type.
  • FirmwareVersion The UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) version as reported by the EFI System Resource Table (ESRT).
  • InitiateUpdate Indicates whether the system is ready to initiate an update.
  • LastAttemptDate The date of the most recent attempted firmware installation.
  • LastAttemptStatus The result of the most recent attempted firmware installation.
  • LastAttemptVersion The version of the most recent attempted firmware installation.
  • LowestSupportedFirmwareVersion The oldest (lowest) version of firmware supported.
  • MaxRetryCount The maximum number of retries, defined by the firmware class key.
  • PartA_PrivTags The privacy tags associated with the firmware.
  • RetryCount The number of attempted installations (retries), reported by the driver software key.
  • Status The status returned to the PnP (Plug-and-Play) manager.
  • UpdateAttempted Indicates if installation of the current update has been attempted before.

Update events

Update360Telemetry.Revert

This event sends data relating to the Revert phase of updating Windows.

The following fields are available:

  • ErrorCode The error code returned for the Revert phase.
  • FlightId Unique ID for the flight (test instance version).
  • ObjectId The unique value for each Update Agent mode.
  • RebootRequired Indicates reboot is required.
  • RelatedCV The correlation vector value generated from the latest USO (Update Service Orchestrator) scan.
  • RevertResult The result code returned for the Revert operation.
  • ScenarioId The ID of the update scenario.
  • SessionId The ID of the update attempt.
  • UpdateId The ID of the update.

Update360Telemetry.UpdateAgentCommit

This event collects information regarding the commit phase of the new Unified Update Platform (UUP) update scenario, which is leveraged by both Mobile and Desktop.

The following fields are available:

  • ErrorCode The error code returned for the current install phase.
  • FlightId Unique ID for each flight.
  • ObjectId Unique value for each Update Agent mode.
  • RelatedCV Correlation vector value generated from the latest USO scan.
  • Result Outcome of the install phase of the update.
  • ScenarioId Indicates the update scenario.
  • SessionId Unique value for each update attempt.
  • UpdateId Unique ID for each update.

Update360Telemetry.UpdateAgentDownloadRequest

This event sends data for the download request phase of updating Windows via the new Unified Update Platform (UUP) scenario. Applicable to PC and Mobile.

The following fields are available:

  • DeletedCorruptFiles Boolean indicating whether corrupt payload was deleted.
  • DownloadRequests Number of times a download was retried.
  • ErrorCode The error code returned for the current download request phase.
  • ExtensionName Indicates whether the payload is related to Operating System content or a plugin.
  • FlightId Unique ID for each flight.
  • InternalFailureResult Indicates a non-fatal error from a plugin.
  • ObjectId Unique value for each Update Agent mode (same concept as InstanceId for Setup360).
  • PackageCategoriesSkipped Indicates package categories that were skipped, if applicable.
  • PackageCountOptional Number of optional packages requested.
  • PackageCountRequired Number of required packages requested.
  • PackageCountTotal Total number of packages needed.
  • PackageCountTotalCanonical Total number of canonical packages.
  • PackageCountTotalDiff Total number of diff packages.
  • PackageCountTotalExpress Total number of express packages.
  • PackageCountTotalPSFX The total number of PSFX packages.
  • PackageExpressType Type of express package.
  • PackageSizeCanonical Size of canonical packages in bytes.
  • PackageSizeDiff Size of diff packages in bytes.
  • PackageSizeExpress Size of express packages in bytes.
  • PackageSizePSFX The size of PSFX packages, in bytes.
  • RangeRequestState Indicates the range request type used.
  • RelatedCV Correlation vector value generated from the latest USO scan.
  • Result Outcome of the download request phase of update.
  • SandboxTaggedForReserves The sandbox for reserves.
  • ScenarioId Indicates the update scenario.
  • SessionId Unique value for each attempt (same value for initialize, download, install commit phases).
  • UpdateId Unique ID for each update.

Update360Telemetry.UpdateAgentExpand

This event collects information regarding the expansion phase of the new Unified Update Platform (UUP) update scenario, which is leveraged by both Mobile and Desktop.

The following fields are available:

  • CanonicalRequestedOnError Indicates if an error caused a reversion to a different type of compressed update (TRUE or FALSE).
  • ElapsedTickCount Time taken for expand phase.
  • EndFreeSpace Free space after expand phase.
  • EndSandboxSize Sandbox size after expand phase.
  • ErrorCode The error code returned for the current install phase.
  • FlightId Unique ID for each flight.
  • ObjectId Unique value for each Update Agent mode.
  • RelatedCV Correlation vector value generated from the latest USO scan.
  • ScenarioId Indicates the update scenario.
  • SessionId Unique value for each update attempt.
  • StartFreeSpace Free space before expand phase.
  • StartSandboxSize Sandbox size after expand phase.
  • UpdateId Unique ID for each update.

Update360Telemetry.UpdateAgentFellBackToCanonical

This event collects information when express could not be used and we fall back to canonical during the new Unified Update Platform (UUP) update scenario, which is leveraged by both Mobile and Desktop.

The following fields are available:

  • FlightId Unique ID for each flight.
  • ObjectId Unique value for each Update Agent mode.
  • PackageCount Number of packages that feel back to canonical.
  • PackageList PackageIds which fell back to canonical.
  • RelatedCV Correlation vector value generated from the latest USO scan.
  • ScenarioId Indicates the update scenario.
  • SessionId Unique value for each update attempt.
  • UpdateId Unique ID for each update.

Update360Telemetry.UpdateAgentInitialize

This event sends data for the initialize phase of updating Windows via the new Unified Update Platform (UUP) scenario, which is applicable to both PCs and Mobile.

The following fields are available:

  • ErrorCode The error code returned for the current install phase.
  • FlightId Unique ID for each flight.
  • FlightMetadata Contains the FlightId and the build being flighted.
  • ObjectId Unique value for each Update Agent mode.
  • RelatedCV Correlation vector value generated from the latest USO scan.
  • Result Outcome of the install phase of the update.
  • ScenarioId Indicates the update scenario.
  • SessionData String containing instructions to update agent for processing FODs and DUICs (Null for other scenarios).
  • SessionId Unique value for each update attempt.
  • UpdateId Unique ID for each update.

Update360Telemetry.UpdateAgentInstall

This event sends data for the install phase of updating Windows.

The following fields are available:

  • ErrorCode The error code returned for the current install phase.
  • ExtensionName Indicates whether the payload is related to Operating System content or a plugin.
  • FlightId Unique value for each Update Agent mode (same concept as InstanceId for Setup360).
  • InternalFailureResult Indicates a non-fatal error from a plugin.
  • ObjectId Correlation vector value generated from the latest USO scan.
  • RelatedCV Correlation vector value generated from the latest USO scan.
  • Result The result for the current install phase.
  • ScenarioId Indicates the update scenario.
  • SessionId Unique value for each update attempt.
  • UpdateId Unique ID for each update.

Update360Telemetry.UpdateAgentMerge

The UpdateAgentMerge event sends data on the merge phase when updating Windows.

The following fields are available:

  • ErrorCode The error code returned for the current merge phase.
  • FlightId Unique ID for each flight.
  • MergeId The unique ID to join two update sessions being merged.
  • ObjectId Unique value for each Update Agent mode.
  • RelatedCV Related correlation vector value.
  • Result Outcome of the merge phase of the update.
  • ScenarioId Indicates the update scenario.
  • SessionId Unique value for each attempt.
  • UpdateId Unique ID for each update.

Update360Telemetry.UpdateAgentMitigationResult

This event sends data indicating the result of each update agent mitigation.

The following fields are available:

  • Applicable Indicates whether the mitigation is applicable for the current update.
  • CommandCount The number of command operations in the mitigation entry.
  • CustomCount The number of custom operations in the mitigation entry.
  • FileCount The number of file operations in the mitigation entry.
  • FlightId Unique identifier for each flight.
  • Index The mitigation index of this particular mitigation.
  • MitigationScenario The update scenario in which the mitigation was executed.
  • Name The friendly name of the mitigation.
  • ObjectId Unique value for each Update Agent mode.
  • OperationIndex The mitigation operation index (in the event of a failure).
  • OperationName The friendly name of the mitigation operation (in the event of failure).
  • RegistryCount The number of registry operations in the mitigation entry.
  • RelatedCV The correlation vector value generated from the latest USO scan.
  • Result The HResult of this operation.
  • ScenarioId The update agent scenario ID.
  • SessionId Unique value for each update attempt.
  • TimeDiff The amount of time spent performing the mitigation (in 100-nanosecond increments).
  • UpdateId Unique ID for each Update.

Update360Telemetry.UpdateAgentMitigationSummary

This event sends a summary of all the update agent mitigations available for an this update.

The following fields are available:

  • Applicable The count of mitigations that were applicable to the system and scenario.
  • Failed The count of mitigations that failed.
  • FlightId Unique identifier for each flight.
  • MitigationScenario The update scenario in which the mitigations were attempted.
  • ObjectId The unique value for each Update Agent mode.
  • RelatedCV The correlation vector value generated from the latest USO scan.
  • Result The HResult of this operation.
  • ScenarioId The update agent scenario ID.
  • SessionId Unique value for each update attempt.
  • TimeDiff The amount of time spent performing all mitigations (in 100-nanosecond increments).
  • Total Total number of mitigations that were available.
  • UpdateId Unique ID for each update.

Update360Telemetry.UpdateAgentModeStart

This event sends data for the start of each mode during the process of updating Windows via the new Unified Update Platform (UUP) scenario. Applicable to both PCs and Mobile.

The following fields are available:

  • FlightId Unique ID for each flight.
  • Mode Indicates the mode that has started.
  • ObjectId Unique value for each Update Agent mode.
  • RelatedCV Correlation vector value generated from the latest USO scan.
  • ScenarioId Indicates the update scenario.
  • SessionId Unique value for each update attempt.
  • UpdateId Unique ID for each update.
  • Version Version of update

Update360Telemetry.UpdateAgentOneSettings

This event collects information regarding the post reboot phase of the new UUP (Unified Update Platform) update scenario; which is leveraged by both Mobile and Desktop.

The following fields are available:

  • Count The count of applicable OneSettings for the device.
  • FlightId Unique ID for the flight (test instance version).
  • ObjectId The unique value for each Update Agent mode.
  • Parameters The set of name value pair parameters sent to OneSettings to determine if there are any applicable OneSettings.
  • RelatedCV The correlation vector value generated from the latest USO (Update Service Orchestrator) scan.
  • Result The HResult of the event.
  • ScenarioId The ID of the update scenario.
  • SessionId The ID of the update attempt.
  • UpdateId The ID of the update.
  • Values The values sent back to the device, if applicable.

Update360Telemetry.UpdateAgentPostRebootResult

This event collects information for both Mobile and Desktop regarding the post reboot phase of the new Unified Update Platform (UUP) update scenario.

The following fields are available:

  • ErrorCode The error code returned for the current post reboot phase.
  • FlightId The specific ID of the Windows Insider build the device is getting.
  • ObjectId Unique value for each Update Agent mode.
  • PostRebootResult Indicates the Hresult.
  • RelatedCV Correlation vector value generated from the latest USO scan.
  • ScenarioId The scenario ID. Example: MobileUpdate, DesktopLanguagePack, DesktopFeatureOnDemand, or DesktopDriverUpdate.
  • SessionId Unique value for each update attempt.
  • UpdateId Unique ID for each update.

Update360Telemetry.UpdateAgentReboot

This event sends information indicating that a request has been sent to suspend an update.

The following fields are available:

  • ErrorCode The error code returned for the current reboot.
  • FlightId Unique ID for the flight (test instance version).
  • ObjectId The unique value for each Update Agent mode.
  • RelatedCV The correlation vector value generated from the latest USO (Update Service Orchestrator) scan.
  • Result The HResult of the event.
  • ScenarioId The ID of the update scenario.
  • SessionId The ID of the update attempt.
  • UpdateId The ID of the update.

Update360Telemetry.UpdateAgentSetupBoxLaunch

The UpdateAgent_SetupBoxLaunch event sends data for the launching of the setup box when updating Windows via the new Unified Update Platform (UUP) scenario. This event is only applicable to PCs.

The following fields are available:

  • ContainsExpressPackage Indicates whether the download package is express.
  • FlightId Unique ID for each flight.
  • FreeSpace Free space on OS partition.
  • InstallCount Number of install attempts using the same sandbox.
  • ObjectId Unique value for each Update Agent mode.
  • Quiet Indicates whether setup is running in quiet mode.
  • RelatedCV Correlation vector value generated from the latest USO scan.
  • SandboxSize Size of the sandbox.
  • ScenarioId Indicates the update scenario.
  • SessionId Unique value for each update attempt.
  • SetupMode Mode of setup to be launched.
  • UpdateId Unique ID for each Update.
  • UserSession Indicates whether install was invoked by user actions.

Upgrade events

FacilitatorTelemetry.DCATDownload

This event indicates whether devices received additional or critical supplemental content during an OS Upgrade, to help keep Windows up-to-date and secure.

The following fields are available:

  • DownloadSize Download size of payload.
  • ElapsedTime Time taken to download payload.
  • MediaFallbackUsed Used to determine if we used Media CompDBs to figure out package requirements for the upgrade.
  • ResultCode Result returned by the Facilitator DCAT call.
  • Scenario Dynamic update scenario (Image DU, or Setup DU).
  • Type Type of package that was downloaded.
  • UpdateId The ID of the update that was downloaded.

FacilitatorTelemetry.InitializeDU

This event determines whether devices received additional or critical supplemental content during an OS upgrade.

The following fields are available:

  • DownloadRequestAttributes The attributes we send to DCAT.
  • ResultCode The result returned from the initiation of Facilitator with the URL/attributes.
  • Scenario Dynamic Update scenario (Image DU, or Setup DU).
  • Url The Delivery Catalog (DCAT) URL we send the request to.
  • Version Version of Facilitator.

Setup360Telemetry.Downlevel

This event sends data indicating that the device has started the downlevel phase of the upgrade, to help keep Windows up-to-date and secure.

The following fields are available:

  • ClientId If using Windows Update, this will be the Windows Update client ID that is passed to Setup. In Media setup, the default value is Media360, but it can be overwritten by the caller to a unique value.
  • FlightData Unique value that identifies the flight.
  • HostOSBuildNumber The build number of the downlevel OS.
  • HostOsSkuName The operating system edition which is running Setup360 instance (downlevel OS).
  • InstanceId A unique GUID that identifies each instance of setuphost.exe.
  • ReportId In the Windows Update scenario, this is the updateID that is passed to Setup. In media setup, this is the GUID for the install.wim.
  • Setup360Extended More detailed information about phase/action when the potential failure occurred.
  • Setup360Mode The phase of Setup360 (for example, Predownload, Install, Finalize, Rollback).
  • Setup360Result The result of Setup360 (HRESULT used to diagnose errors).
  • Setup360Scenario The Setup360 flow type (for example, Boot, Media, Update, MCT).
  • SetupVersionBuildNumber The build number of Setup360 (build number of the target OS).
  • State Exit state of given Setup360 run. Example: succeeded, failed, blocked, cancelled.
  • TestId An ID that uniquely identifies a group of events.
  • WuId This is the Windows Update Client ID. In the Windows Update scenario, this is the same as the clientId.

Setup360Telemetry.Finalize

This event sends data indicating that the device has started the phase of finalizing the upgrade, to help keep Windows up-to-date and secure.

The following fields are available:

  • ClientId With Windows Update, this will be the Windows Update client ID that is passed to Setup. In Media setup, default value is Media360, but can be overwritten by the caller to a unique value.
  • FlightData Unique value that identifies the flight.
  • HostOSBuildNumber The build number of the previous OS.
  • HostOsSkuName The OS edition which is running Setup360 instance (previous OS).
  • InstanceId A unique GUID that identifies each instance of setuphost.exe
  • ReportId With Windows Update, this is the updateID that is passed to Setup. In media setup, this is the GUID for the install.wim.
  • Setup360Extended More detailed information about the phase/action when the potential failure occurred.
  • Setup360Mode The phase of Setup360. Example: Predownload, Install, Finalize, Rollback.
  • Setup360Result The result of Setup360. This is an HRESULT error code that is used to diagnose errors.
  • Setup360Scenario The Setup360 flow type. Example: Boot, Media, Update, MCT.
  • SetupVersionBuildNumber The build number of Setup360 (build number of target OS).
  • State The exit state of a Setup360 run. Example: succeeded, failed, blocked, cancelled.
  • TestId ID that uniquely identifies a group of events.
  • WuId This is the Windows Update Client ID. With Windows Update, this is the same as the clientId.

Setup360Telemetry.OsUninstall

This event sends data regarding OS updates and upgrades from Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10. Specifically, it indicates the outcome of an OS uninstall.

The following fields are available:

  • ClientId For Windows Update, this will be the Windows Update client ID that is passed to Setup. In Media setup, default value is Media360, but can be overwritten by the caller to a unique value.
  • FlightData Unique value that identifies the flight.
  • HostOSBuildNumber The build number of the previous OS.
  • HostOsSkuName The OS edition which is running the Setup360 instance (previous OS).
  • InstanceId A unique GUID that identifies each instance of setuphost.exe.
  • ReportId For Windows Update, this will be the Windows Update client ID that is passed to Setup. In Media setup, this is the GUID for the install.wim.
  • Setup360Extended Detailed information about the phase or action when the potential failure occurred.
  • Setup360Mode The phase of Setup360. Example: Predownload, Install, Finalize, Rollback.
  • Setup360Result The result of Setup360. This is an HRESULT error code that is used to diagnose errors.
  • Setup360Scenario The Setup360 flow type. Example: Boot, Media, Update, MCT
  • SetupVersionBuildNumber The build number of Setup360 (build number of target OS).
  • State Exit state of a Setup360 run. Example: succeeded, failed, blocked, cancelled.
  • TestId ID that uniquely identifies a group of events.
  • WuId Windows Update client ID.

Setup360Telemetry.PostRebootInstall

This event sends data indicating that the device has invoked the post reboot install phase of the upgrade, to help keep Windows up-to-date.

The following fields are available:

  • ClientId With Windows Update, this is the Windows Update client ID that is passed to Setup. In Media setup, the default value is Media360, but can be overwritten by the caller to a unique value.
  • FlightData Unique value that identifies the flight.
  • HostOSBuildNumber The build number of the previous OS.
  • HostOsSkuName The OS edition which is running Setup360 instance (previous OS).
  • InstanceId A unique GUID that identifies each instance of setuphost.exe.
  • ReportId With Windows Update, this is the updateID that is passed to Setup. In media setup, this is the GUID for the install.wim.
  • Setup360Extended Extension of result - more granular information about phase/action when the potential failure happened
  • Setup360Mode The phase of Setup360. Example: Predownload, Install, Finalize, Rollback
  • Setup360Result The result of Setup360. This is an HRESULT error code that's used to diagnose errors.
  • Setup360Scenario The Setup360 flow type. Example: Boot, Media, Update, MCT
  • SetupVersionBuildNumber The build number of Setup360 (build number of target OS).
  • State The exit state of a Setup360 run. Example: succeeded, failed, blocked, cancelled
  • TestId A string to uniquely identify a group of events.
  • WuId This is the Windows Update Client ID. With Windows Update, this is the same as ClientId.

Setup360Telemetry.PreDownloadQuiet

This event sends data indicating that the device has invoked the predownload quiet phase of the upgrade, to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • ClientId Using Windows Update, this will be the Windows Update client ID that is passed to Setup. In Media setup, default value is Media360, but can be overwritten by the caller to a unique value.
  • FlightData Unique value that identifies the flight.
  • HostOSBuildNumber The build number of the previous OS.
  • HostOsSkuName The OS edition which is running Setup360 instance (previous operating system).
  • InstanceId A unique GUID that identifies each instance of setuphost.exe.
  • ReportId Using Windows Update, this is the updateID that is passed to Setup. In media setup, this is the GUID for the install.wim.
  • Setup360Extended Detailed information about the phase/action when the potential failure occurred.
  • Setup360Mode The phase of Setup360. Example: Predownload, Install, Finalize, Rollback.
  • Setup360Result The result of Setup360. This is an HRESULT error code that is used to diagnose errors.
  • Setup360Scenario The Setup360 flow type. Example: Boot, Media, Update, MCT.
  • SetupVersionBuildNumber The build number of Setup360 (build number of target OS).
  • State The exit state of a Setup360 run. Example: succeeded, failed, blocked, canceled.
  • TestId ID that uniquely identifies a group of events.
  • WuId This is the Windows Update Client ID. Using Windows Update, this is the same as the clientId.

Setup360Telemetry.PreDownloadUX

This event sends data regarding OS Updates and Upgrades from Windows 7.X, Windows 8.X, Windows 10 and RS, to help keep Windows up-to-date and secure. Specifically, it indicates the outcome of the PredownloadUX portion of the update process.

The following fields are available:

  • ClientId For Windows Update, this will be the Windows Update client ID that is passed to Setup. In Media setup, default value is Media360, but can be overwritten by the caller to a unique value.
  • FlightData In the WU scenario, this will be the WU client ID that is passed to Setup. In Media setup, default value is Media360, but can be overwritten by the caller to a unique value.
  • HostOSBuildNumber The build number of the previous operating system.
  • HostOsSkuName The OS edition which is running the Setup360 instance (previous operating system).
  • InstanceId Unique GUID that identifies each instance of setuphost.exe.
  • ReportId For Windows Update, this will be the Windows Update client ID that is passed to Setup. In Media setup, this is the GUID for the install.wim.
  • Setup360Extended Detailed information about the phase/action when the potential failure occurred.
  • Setup360Mode The phase of Setup360. Example: Predownload, Install, Finalize, Rollback.
  • Setup360Result The result of Setup360. This is an HRESULT error code that can be used to diagnose errors.
  • Setup360Scenario The Setup360 flow type. Example: Boot, Media, Update, MCT.
  • SetupVersionBuildNumber The build number of Setup360 (build number of the target OS).
  • State The exit state of the Setup360 run. Example: succeeded, failed, blocked, cancelled.
  • TestId ID that uniquely identifies a group of events.
  • WuId Windows Update client ID.

Setup360Telemetry.PreInstallQuiet

This event sends data indicating that the device has invoked the preinstall quiet phase of the upgrade, to help keep Windows up-to-date.

The following fields are available:

  • ClientId With Windows Update, this will be the Windows Update client ID that is passed to Setup. In Media setup, default value is Media360, but can be overwritten by the caller to a unique value.
  • FlightData Unique value that identifies the flight.
  • HostOSBuildNumber The build number of the previous OS.
  • HostOsSkuName The OS edition which is running Setup360 instance (previous OS).
  • InstanceId A unique GUID that identifies each instance of setuphost.exe
  • ReportId With Windows Update, this is the updateID that is passed to Setup. In media setup, this is the GUID for the install.wim.
  • Setup360Extended Detailed information about the phase/action when the potential failure occurred.
  • Setup360Mode The phase of Setup360. Example: Predownload, Install, Finalize, Rollback.
  • Setup360Result The result of Setup360. This is an HRESULT error code that can be used to diagnose errors.
  • Setup360Scenario Setup360 flow type (Boot, Media, Update, MCT).
  • SetupVersionBuildNumber The build number of Setup360 (build number of target OS).
  • State The exit state of a Setup360 run. Example: succeeded, failed, blocked, cancelled.
  • TestId A string to uniquely identify a group of events.
  • WuId This is the Windows Update Client ID. With Windows Update, this is the same as the clientId.

Setup360Telemetry.PreInstallUX

This event sends data regarding OS updates and upgrades from Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10, to help keep Windows up-to-date. Specifically, it indicates the outcome of the PreinstallUX portion of the update process.

The following fields are available:

  • ClientId For Windows Update, this will be the Windows Update client ID that is passed to Setup. In Media setup, default value is Media360, but can be overwritten by the caller to a unique value.
  • FlightData Unique value that identifies the flight.
  • HostOSBuildNumber The build number of the previous OS.
  • HostOsSkuName The OS edition which is running the Setup360 instance (previous OS).
  • InstanceId A unique GUID that identifies each instance of setuphost.exe.
  • ReportId For Windows Update, this will be the Windows Update client ID that is passed to Setup. In Media setup, this is the GUID for the install.wim.
  • Setup360Extended Detailed information about the phase/action when the potential failure occurred.
  • Setup360Mode The phase of Setup360. Example: Predownload, Install, Finalize, Rollback.
  • Setup360Result The result of Setup360. This is an HRESULT error code that is used to diagnose errors.
  • Setup360Scenario The Setup360 flow type, Example: Boot, Media, Update, MCT.
  • SetupVersionBuildNumber The build number of Setup360 (build number of target OS).
  • State The exit state of a Setup360 run. Example: succeeded, failed, blocked, cancelled.
  • TestId A string to uniquely identify a group of events.
  • WuId Windows Update client ID.

Setup360Telemetry.Setup360

This event sends data about OS deployment scenarios, to help keep Windows up-to-date.

The following fields are available:

  • ClientId Retrieves the upgrade ID. In the Windows Update scenario, this will be the Windows Update client ID. In Media setup, default value is Media360, but can be overwritten by the caller to a unique value.
  • FieldName Retrieves the data point.
  • FlightData Specifies a unique identifier for each group of Windows Insider builds.
  • InstanceId Retrieves a unique identifier for each instance of a setup session.
  • ReportId Retrieves the report ID.
  • ScenarioId Retrieves the deployment scenario.
  • Value Retrieves the value associated with the corresponding FieldName.

Setup360Telemetry.Setup360DynamicUpdate

This event helps determine whether the device received supplemental content during an operating system upgrade, to help keep Windows up-to-date.

The following fields are available:

  • FlightData Specifies a unique identifier for each group of Windows Insider builds.
  • InstanceId Retrieves a unique identifier for each instance of a setup session.
  • Operation Facilitator's last known operation (scan, download, etc.).
  • ReportId ID for tying together events stream side.
  • ResultCode Result returned for the entire setup operation.
  • Scenario Dynamic Update scenario (Image DU, or Setup DU).
  • ScenarioId Identifies the update scenario.
  • TargetBranch Branch of the target OS.
  • TargetBuild Build of the target OS.

Setup360Telemetry.Setup360MitigationResult

This event sends data indicating the result of each setup mitigation.

The following fields are available:

  • Applicable TRUE if the mitigation is applicable for the current update.
  • ClientId In the Windows Update scenario, this is the client ID passed to Setup. In Media setup, default value is Media360, but can be overwritten by the caller to a unique value.
  • CommandCount The number of command operations in the mitigation entry.
  • CustomCount The number of custom operations in the mitigation entry.
  • FileCount The number of file operations in the mitigation entry.
  • FlightData The unique identifier for each flight (test release).
  • Index The mitigation index of this particular mitigation.
  • InstanceId The GUID (Globally Unique ID) that identifies each instance of SetupHost.EXE.
  • MitigationScenario The update scenario in which the mitigation was executed.
  • Name The friendly (descriptive) name of the mitigation.
  • OperationIndex The mitigation operation index (in the event of a failure).
  • OperationName The friendly (descriptive) name of the mitigation operation (in the event of failure).
  • RegistryCount The number of registry operations in the mitigation entry.
  • ReportId In the Windows Update scenario, the Update ID that is passed to Setup. In media setup, this is the GUID for the INSTALL.WIM.
  • Result HResult of this operation.
  • ScenarioId Setup360 flow type.
  • TimeDiff The amount of time spent performing the mitigation (in 100-nanosecond increments).

Setup360Telemetry.Setup360MitigationSummary

This event sends a summary of all the setup mitigations available for this update.

The following fields are available:

  • Applicable The count of mitigations that were applicable to the system and scenario.
  • ClientId The Windows Update client ID passed to Setup.
  • Failed The count of mitigations that failed.
  • FlightData The unique identifier for each flight (test release).
  • InstanceId The GUID (Globally Unique ID) that identifies each instance of SetupHost.EXE.
  • MitigationScenario The update scenario in which the mitigations were attempted.
  • ReportId In the Windows Update scenario, the Update ID that is passed to Setup. In media setup, this is the GUID for the INSTALL.WIM.
  • Result HResult of this operation.
  • ScenarioId Setup360 flow type.
  • TimeDiff The amount of time spent performing the mitigation (in 100-nanosecond increments).
  • Total The total number of mitigations that were available.

Setup360Telemetry.Setup360OneSettings

This event collects information regarding the post reboot phase of the new UUP (Unified Update Platform) update scenario; which is leveraged by both Mobile and Desktop.

The following fields are available:

  • ClientId The Windows Update client ID passed to Setup.
  • Count The count of applicable OneSettings for the device.
  • FlightData The ID for the flight (test instance version).
  • InstanceId The GUID (Globally-Unique ID) that identifies each instance of setuphost.exe.
  • Parameters The set of name value pair parameters sent to OneSettings to determine if there are any applicable OneSettings.
  • ReportId The Update ID passed to Setup.
  • Result The HResult of the event error.
  • ScenarioId The update scenario ID.
  • Values Values sent back to the device, if applicable.

Setup360Telemetry.UnexpectedEvent

This event sends data indicating that the device has invoked the unexpected event phase of the upgrade, to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • ClientId With Windows Update, this will be the Windows Update client ID that is passed to Setup. In Media setup, default value is Media360, but can be overwritten by the caller to a unique value.
  • FlightData Unique value that identifies the flight.
  • HostOSBuildNumber The build number of the previous OS.
  • HostOsSkuName The OS edition which is running Setup360 instance (previous OS).
  • InstanceId A unique GUID that identifies each instance of setuphost.exe
  • ReportId With Windows Update, this is the updateID that is passed to Setup. In media setup, this is the GUID for the install.wim.
  • Setup360Extended Detailed information about the phase/action when the potential failure occurred.
  • Setup360Mode The phase of Setup360. Example: Predownload, Install, Finalize, Rollback.
  • Setup360Result The result of Setup360. This is an HRESULT error code that can be used to diagnose errors.
  • Setup360Scenario The Setup360 flow type. Example: Boot, Media, Update, MCT.
  • SetupVersionBuildNumber The build number of Setup360 (build number of target OS).
  • State The exit state of a Setup360 run. Example: succeeded, failed, blocked, cancelled.
  • TestId A string to uniquely identify a group of events.
  • WuId This is the Windows Update Client ID. With Windows Update, this is the same as the clientId.

Windows as a Service diagnostic events

Microsoft.Windows.WaaSMedic.SummaryEvent

Result of the WaaSMedic operation.

The following fields are available:

  • callerApplication The name of the calling application.
  • capsuleCount The number of Sediment Pack capsules.
  • capsuleFailureCount The number of capsule failures.
  • detectionSummary Result of each applicable detection that was run.
  • featureAssessmentImpact WaaS Assessment impact for feature updates.
  • hrEngineBlockReason Indicates the reason for stopping WaaSMedic.
  • hrEngineResult Error code from the engine operation.
  • hrLastSandboxError The last error sent by the WaaSMedic sandbox.
  • initSummary Summary data of the initialization method.
  • isInteractiveMode The user started a run of WaaSMedic.
  • isManaged Device is managed for updates.
  • isWUConnected Device is connected to Windows Update.
  • noMoreActions No more applicable diagnostics.
  • pluginFailureCount The number of plugins that have failed.
  • pluginsCount The number of plugins.
  • qualityAssessmentImpact WaaS Assessment impact for quality updates.
  • remediationSummary Result of each operation performed on a device to fix an invalid state or configuration that's preventing the device from getting updates. For example, if Windows Update service is turned off, the fix is to turn the it back on.
  • usingBackupFeatureAssessment Relying on backup feature assessment.
  • usingBackupQualityAssessment Relying on backup quality assessment.
  • usingCachedFeatureAssessment WaaS Medic run did not get OS build age from the network on the previous run.
  • usingCachedQualityAssessment WaaS Medic run did not get OS revision age from the network on the previous run.
  • versionString Version of the WaaSMedic engine.
  • waasMedicRunMode Indicates whether this was a background regular run of the medic or whether it was triggered by a user launching Windows Update Troubleshooter.

Windows Error Reporting events

Microsoft.Windows.WERVertical.OSCrash

This event sends binary data from the collected dump file wheneveer a bug check occurs, to help keep Windows up to date. The is the OneCore version of this event.

The following fields are available:

  • BootId Uint32 identifying the boot number for this device.
  • BugCheckCode Uint64 "bugcheck code" that identifies a proximate cause of the bug check.
  • BugCheckParameter1 Uint64 parameter providing additional information.
  • BugCheckParameter2 Uint64 parameter providing additional information.
  • BugCheckParameter3 Uint64 parameter providing additional information.
  • BugCheckParameter4 Uint64 parameter providing additional information.
  • DumpFileAttributes Codes that identify the type of data contained in the dump file
  • DumpFileSize Size of the dump file
  • IsValidDumpFile True if the dump file is valid for the debugger, false otherwise
  • ReportId WER Report Id associated with this bug check (used for finding the corresponding report archive in Watson).

Value

This event returns data about Mean Time to Failure (MTTF) for Windows devices. It is the primary means of estimating reliability problems in Basic Diagnostic reporting with very strong privacy guarantees. Since Basic Diagnostic reporting does not include system up-time, and since that information is important to ensuring the safe and stable operation of Windows, the data provided by this event provides that data in a manner which does not threaten a user’s privacy.

The following fields are available:

  • Algorithm The algorithm used to preserve privacy.
  • DPRange The upper bound of the range being measured.
  • DPValue The randomized response returned by the client.
  • Epsilon The level of privacy to be applied.
  • HistType The histogram type if the algorithm is a histogram algorithm.
  • PertProb The probability the entry will be Perturbed if the algorithm chosen is “heavy-hitters”.

Windows Error Reporting MTT events

Microsoft.Windows.WER.MTT.Denominator

This event provides a denominator to calculate MTTF (mean-time-to-failure) for crashes and other errors, to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • Value Standard UTC emitted DP value structure See Value.

Windows Hardware Error Architecture events

WheaProvider.WheaErrorRecord

This event collects data about common platform hardware error recorded by the Windows Hardware Error Architecture (WHEA) mechanism.

The following fields are available:

  • creatorId The unique identifier for the entity that created the error record.
  • CreatorId The unique identifier for the entity that created the error record.
  • errorFlags Any flags set on the error record.
  • ErrorFlags Any flags set on the error record.
  • notifyType The unique identifier for the notification mechanism which reported the error to the operating system.
  • NotifyType The unique identifier for the notification mechanism which reported the error to the operating system.
  • partitionId The unique identifier for the partition on which the hardware error occurred.
  • PartitionId The unique identifier for the partition on which the hardware error occurred.
  • platformId The unique identifier for the platform on which the hardware error occurred.
  • PlatformId The unique identifier for the platform on which the hardware error occurred.
  • record A collection of binary data containing the full error record.
  • Record A collection of binary data containing the full error record.
  • recordId The identifier of the error record.
  • RecordId The identifier of the error record.
  • sectionFlags The flags for each section recorded in the error record.
  • SectionFlags The flags for each section recorded in the error record.
  • SectionSeverity The severity of each individual section.
  • sectionTypes The unique identifier that represents the type of sections contained in the error record.
  • SectionTypes The unique identifier that represents the type of sections contained in the error record.
  • severityCount The severity of each individual section.
  • timeStamp The error time stamp as recorded in the error record.
  • TimeStamp The error time stamp as recorded in the error record.

Windows Security Center events

Microsoft.Windows.Security.WSC.DatastoreMigratedVersion

This event provides information about the datastore migration and whether it was successful.

The following fields are available:

  • datastoreisvtype The product category of the datastore.
  • datastoremigrated The version of the datastore that was migrated.
  • status The result code of the migration.

Microsoft.Windows.Security.WSC.GetCallerViaWdsp

This event returns data if the registering product EXE (executable file) does not allow COM (Component Object Model) impersonation.

The following fields are available:

  • callerExe The registering product EXE that does not support COM impersonation.

Windows Store events

Microsoft.Windows.StoreAgent.Telemetry.AbortedInstallation

This event is sent when an installation or update is canceled by a user or the system and is used to help keep Windows Apps up to date and secure.

The following fields are available:

  • AggregatedPackageFullNames The names of all packages to be downloaded and installed.
  • AttemptNumber Number of retry attempts before it was canceled.
  • BundleId The Item Bundle ID.
  • CategoryId The Item Category ID.
  • ClientAppId The identity of the app that initiated this operation.
  • HResult The result code of the last action performed before this operation.
  • IsBundle Is this a bundle?
  • IsInteractive Was this requested by a user?
  • IsMandatory Was this a mandatory update?
  • IsRemediation Was this a remediation install?
  • IsRestore Is this automatically restoring a previously acquired product?
  • IsUpdate Flag indicating if this is an update.
  • ParentBundleId The product ID of the parent (if this product is part of a bundle).
  • PFN The product family name of the product being installed.
  • ProductId The identity of the package or packages being installed.
  • SystemAttemptNumber The total number of automatic attempts at installation before it was canceled.
  • UserAttemptNumber The total number of user attempts at installation before it was canceled.
  • WUContentId The Windows Update content ID.

Microsoft.Windows.StoreAgent.Telemetry.BeginGetInstalledContentIds

This event is sent when an inventory of the apps installed is started to determine whether updates for those apps are available. It's used to help keep Windows up-to-date and secure.

Microsoft.Windows.StoreAgent.Telemetry.BeginUpdateMetadataPrepare

This event is sent when the Store Agent cache is refreshed with any available package updates. It's used to help keep Windows up-to-date and secure.

Microsoft.Windows.StoreAgent.Telemetry.CancelInstallation

This event is sent when an app update or installation is canceled while in interactive mode. This can be canceled by the user or the system. It's used to help keep Windows up-to-date and secure.

The following fields are available:

  • AggregatedPackageFullNames The names of all package or packages to be downloaded and installed.
  • AttemptNumber Total number of installation attempts.
  • BundleId The identity of the Windows Insider build that is associated with this product.
  • CategoryId The identity of the package or packages being installed.
  • ClientAppId The identity of the app that initiated this operation.
  • IsBundle Is this a bundle?
  • IsInteractive Was this requested by a user?
  • IsMandatory Is this a mandatory update?
  • IsRemediation Is this repairing a previous installation?
  • IsRestore Is this an automatic restore of a previously acquired product?
  • IsUpdate Is this a product update?
  • ParentBundleId The product ID of the parent (if this product is part of a bundle).
  • PFN The name of all packages to be downloaded and installed.
  • PreviousHResult The previous HResult code.
  • PreviousInstallState Previous installation state before it was canceled.
  • ProductId The name of the package or packages requested for installation.
  • RelatedCV Correlation Vector of a previous performed action on this product.
  • SystemAttemptNumber Total number of automatic attempts to install before it was canceled.
  • UserAttemptNumber Total number of user attempts to install before it was canceled.
  • WUContentId The Windows Update content ID.

Microsoft.Windows.StoreAgent.Telemetry.CompleteInstallOperationRequest

This event is sent at the end of app installations or updates to help keep Windows up-to-date and secure.

The following fields are available:

  • CatalogId The Store Product ID of the app being installed.
  • HResult HResult code of the action being performed.
  • IsBundle Is this a bundle?
  • PackageFamilyName The name of the package being installed.
  • ProductId The Store Product ID of the product being installed.
  • SkuId Specific edition of the item being installed.

Microsoft.Windows.StoreAgent.Telemetry.EndAcquireLicense

This event is sent after the license is acquired when a product is being installed. It's used to help keep Windows up-to-date and secure.

The following fields are available:

  • AggregatedPackageFullNames Includes a set of package full names for each app that is part of an atomic set.
  • AttemptNumber The total number of attempts to acquire this product.
  • CategoryId The identity of the package or packages being installed.
  • ClientAppId The identity of the app that initiated this operation.
  • HResult HResult code to show the result of the operation (success/failure).
  • IsBundle Is this a bundle?
  • IsInteractive Did the user initiate the installation?
  • IsMandatory Is this a mandatory update?
  • IsRemediation Is this repairing a previous installation?
  • IsRestore Is this happening after a device restore?
  • IsUpdate Is this an update?
  • PFN Product Family Name of the product being installed.
  • ProductId The Store Product ID for the product being installed.
  • SystemAttemptNumber The number of attempts by the system to acquire this product.
  • UserAttemptNumber The number of attempts by the user to acquire this product
  • WUContentId The Windows Update content ID.

Microsoft.Windows.StoreAgent.Telemetry.EndDownload

This event is sent after an app is downloaded to help keep Windows up-to-date and secure.

The following fields are available:

  • AggregatedPackageFullNames The name of all packages to be downloaded and installed.
  • AttemptNumber Number of retry attempts before it was canceled.
  • BundleId The identity of the Windows Insider build associated with this product.
  • CategoryId The identity of the package or packages being installed.
  • ClientAppId The identity of the app that initiated this operation.
  • DownloadSize The total size of the download.
  • ExtendedHResult Any extended HResult error codes.
  • HResult The result code of the last action performed.
  • IsBundle Is this a bundle?
  • IsInteractive Is this initiated by the user?
  • IsMandatory Is this a mandatory installation?
  • IsRemediation Is this repairing a previous installation?
  • IsRestore Is this a restore of a previously acquired product?
  • IsUpdate Is this an update?
  • ParentBundleId The parent bundle ID (if it's part of a bundle).
  • PFN The Product Family Name of the app being download.
  • ProductId The Store Product ID for the product being installed.
  • SystemAttemptNumber The number of attempts by the system to download.
  • UserAttemptNumber The number of attempts by the user to download.
  • WUContentId The Windows Update content ID.

Microsoft.Windows.StoreAgent.Telemetry.EndFrameworkUpdate

This event is sent when an app update requires an updated Framework package and the process starts to download it. It is used to help keep Windows up-to-date and secure.

The following fields are available:

  • HResult The result code of the last action performed before this operation.

Microsoft.Windows.StoreAgent.Telemetry.EndGetInstalledContentIds

This event is sent after sending the inventory of the products installed to determine whether updates for those products are available. It's used to help keep Windows up-to-date and secure.

The following fields are available:

  • HResult The result code of the last action performed before this operation.

Microsoft.Windows.StoreAgent.Telemetry.EndInstall

This event is sent after a product has been installed to help keep Windows up-to-date and secure.

The following fields are available:

  • AggregatedPackageFullNames The names of all packages to be downloaded and installed.
  • AttemptNumber The number of retry attempts before it was canceled.
  • BundleId The identity of the build associated with this product.
  • CategoryId The identity of the package or packages being installed.
  • ClientAppId The identity of the app that initiated this operation.
  • ExtendedHResult The extended HResult error code.
  • HResult The result code of the last action performed.
  • IsBundle Is this a bundle?
  • IsInteractive Is this an interactive installation?
  • IsMandatory Is this a mandatory installation?
  • IsRemediation Is this repairing a previous installation?
  • IsRestore Is this automatically restoring a previously acquired product?
  • IsUpdate Is this an update?
  • ParentBundleId The product ID of the parent (if this product is part of a bundle).
  • PFN Product Family Name of the product being installed.
  • ProductId The Store Product ID for the product being installed.
  • SystemAttemptNumber The total number of system attempts.
  • UserAttemptNumber The total number of user attempts.
  • WUContentId The Windows Update content ID.

Microsoft.Windows.StoreAgent.Telemetry.EndScanForUpdates

This event is sent after a scan for product updates to determine if there are packages to install. It's used to help keep Windows up-to-date and secure.

The following fields are available:

  • ClientAppId The identity of the app that initiated this operation.
  • HResult The result code of the last action performed.
  • IsApplicability Is this request to only check if there are any applicable packages to install?
  • IsInteractive Is this user requested?
  • IsOnline Is the request doing an online check?

Microsoft.Windows.StoreAgent.Telemetry.EndSearchUpdatePackages

This event is sent after searching for update packages to install. It is used to help keep Windows up-to-date and secure.

The following fields are available:

  • AggregatedPackageFullNames The names of all packages to be downloaded and installed.
  • AttemptNumber The total number of retry attempts before it was canceled.
  • BundleId The identity of the build associated with this product.
  • CategoryId The identity of the package or packages being installed.
  • ClientAppId The identity of the app that initiated this operation.
  • HResult The result code of the last action performed.
  • IsBundle Is this a bundle?
  • IsInteractive Is this user requested?
  • IsMandatory Is this a mandatory update?
  • IsRemediation Is this repairing a previous installation?
  • IsRestore Is this restoring previously acquired content?
  • IsUpdate Is this an update?
  • ParentBundleId The product ID of the parent (if this product is part of a bundle).
  • PFN The name of the package or packages requested for install.
  • ProductId The Store Product ID for the product being installed.
  • SystemAttemptNumber The total number of system attempts.
  • UserAttemptNumber The total number of user attempts.
  • WUContentId The Windows Update content ID.

Microsoft.Windows.StoreAgent.Telemetry.EndStageUserData

This event is sent after restoring user data (if any) that needs to be restored following a product install. It is used to keep Windows up-to-date and secure.

The following fields are available:

  • AggregatedPackageFullNames The name of all packages to be downloaded and installed.
  • AttemptNumber The total number of retry attempts before it was canceled.
  • BundleId The identity of the build associated with this product.
  • CategoryId The identity of the package or packages being installed.
  • ClientAppId The identity of the app that initiated this operation.
  • HResult The result code of the last action performed.
  • IsBundle Is this a bundle?
  • IsInteractive Is this user requested?
  • IsMandatory Is this a mandatory update?
  • IsRemediation Is this repairing a previous installation?
  • IsRestore Is this restoring previously acquired content?
  • IsUpdate Is this an update?
  • ParentBundleId The product ID of the parent (if this product is part of a bundle).
  • PFN The name of the package or packages requested for install.
  • ProductId The Store Product ID for the product being installed.
  • SystemAttemptNumber The total number of system attempts.
  • UserAttemptNumber The total number of system attempts.
  • WUContentId The Windows Update content ID.

Microsoft.Windows.StoreAgent.Telemetry.EndUpdateMetadataPrepare

This event is sent after a scan for available app updates to help keep Windows up-to-date and secure.

The following fields are available:

  • HResult The result code of the last action performed.

Microsoft.Windows.StoreAgent.Telemetry.FulfillmentComplete

This event is sent at the end of an app install or update to help keep Windows up-to-date and secure.

The following fields are available:

  • CatalogId The name of the product catalog from which this app was chosen.
  • FailedRetry Indicates whether the installation or update retry was successful.
  • HResult The HResult code of the operation.
  • PFN The Package Family Name of the app that is being installed or updated.
  • ProductId The product ID of the app that is being updated or installed.

Microsoft.Windows.StoreAgent.Telemetry.FulfillmentInitiate

This event is sent at the beginning of an app install or update to help keep Windows up-to-date and secure.

The following fields are available:

  • CatalogId The name of the product catalog from which this app was chosen.
  • FulfillmentPluginId The ID of the plugin needed to install the package type of the product.
  • PFN The Package Family Name of the app that is being installed or updated.
  • PluginTelemetryData Diagnostic information specific to the package-type plug-in.
  • ProductId The product ID of the app that is being updated or installed.

Microsoft.Windows.StoreAgent.Telemetry.InstallOperationRequest

This event is sent when a product install or update is initiated, to help keep Windows up-to-date and secure.

The following fields are available:

  • BundleId The identity of the build associated with this product.
  • CatalogId If this product is from a private catalog, the Store Product ID for the product being installed.
  • ProductId The Store Product ID for the product being installed.
  • SkuId Specific edition ID being installed.
  • VolumePath The disk path of the installation.

Microsoft.Windows.StoreAgent.Telemetry.PauseInstallation

This event is sent when a product install or update is paused (either by a user or the system), to help keep Windows up-to-date and secure.

The following fields are available:

  • AggregatedPackageFullNames The names of all packages to be downloaded and installed.
  • AttemptNumber The total number of retry attempts before it was canceled.
  • BundleId The identity of the build associated with this product.
  • CategoryId The identity of the package or packages being installed.
  • ClientAppId The identity of the app that initiated this operation.
  • IsBundle Is this a bundle?
  • IsInteractive Is this user requested?
  • IsMandatory Is this a mandatory update?
  • IsRemediation Is this repairing a previous installation?
  • IsRestore Is this restoring previously acquired content?
  • IsUpdate Is this an update?
  • ParentBundleId The product ID of the parent (if this product is part of a bundle).
  • PFN The Product Full Name.
  • PreviousHResult The result code of the last action performed before this operation.
  • PreviousInstallState Previous state before the installation or update was paused.
  • ProductId The Store Product ID for the product being installed.
  • RelatedCV Correlation Vector of a previous performed action on this product.
  • SystemAttemptNumber The total number of system attempts.
  • UserAttemptNumber The total number of user attempts.
  • WUContentId The Windows Update content ID.

Microsoft.Windows.StoreAgent.Telemetry.ResumeInstallation

This event is sent when a product install or update is resumed (either by a user or the system), to help keep Windows up-to-date and secure.

The following fields are available:

  • AggregatedPackageFullNames The names of all packages to be downloaded and installed.
  • AttemptNumber The number of retry attempts before it was canceled.
  • BundleId The identity of the build associated with this product.
  • CategoryId The identity of the package or packages being installed.
  • ClientAppId The identity of the app that initiated this operation.
  • HResult The result code of the last action performed before this operation.
  • IsBundle Is this a bundle?
  • IsInteractive Is this user requested?
  • IsMandatory Is this a mandatory update?
  • IsRemediation Is this repairing a previous installation?
  • IsRestore Is this restoring previously acquired content?
  • IsUpdate Is this an update?
  • IsUserRetry Did the user initiate the retry?
  • ParentBundleId The product ID of the parent (if this product is part of a bundle).
  • PFN The name of the package or packages requested for install.
  • PreviousHResult The previous HResult error code.
  • PreviousInstallState Previous state before the installation was paused.
  • ProductId The Store Product ID for the product being installed.
  • RelatedCV Correlation Vector for the original install before it was resumed.
  • ResumeClientId The ID of the app that initiated the resume operation.
  • SystemAttemptNumber The total number of system attempts.
  • UserAttemptNumber The total number of user attempts.
  • WUContentId The Windows Update content ID.

Microsoft.Windows.StoreAgent.Telemetry.ResumeOperationRequest

This event is sent when a product install or update is resumed by a user or on installation retries, to help keep Windows up-to-date and secure.

The following fields are available:

  • ProductId The Store Product ID for the product being installed.

Microsoft.Windows.StoreAgent.Telemetry.SearchForUpdateOperationRequest

This event is sent when searching for update packages to install, to help keep Windows up-to-date and secure.

The following fields are available:

  • CatalogId The Store Catalog ID for the product being installed.
  • ProductId The Store Product ID for the product being installed.
  • SkuId Specfic edition of the app being updated.

Microsoft.Windows.StoreAgent.Telemetry.StateTransition

Products in the process of being fulfilled (installed or updated) are maintained in a list. This event is sent any time there is a change in a product's fulfillment status (pending, working, paused, cancelled, or complete), to help keep Windows up to date and secure.

The following fields are available:

  • CatalogId The ID for the product being installed if the product is from a private catalog, such as the Enterprise catalog.
  • FulfillmentPluginId The ID of the plugin needed to install the package type of the product.
  • HResult The resulting HResult error/success code of this operation.
  • NewState The current fulfillment state of this product.
  • PFN The Package Family Name of the app that is being installed or updated.
  • PluginLastStage The most recent product fulfillment step that the plug-in has reported (different than its state).
  • PluginTelemetryData Diagnostic information specific to the package-type plug-in.
  • Prevstate The previous fulfillment state of this product.
  • ProductId Product ID of the app that is being updated or installed.

Microsoft.Windows.StoreAgent.Telemetry.UpdateAppOperationRequest

This event occurs when an update is requested for an app, to help keep Windows up-to-date and secure.

The following fields are available:

  • PFamN The name of the app that is requested for update.

Windows Update Delivery Optimization events

Microsoft.OSG.DU.DeliveryOptClient.DownloadCanceled

This event describes when a download was canceled with Delivery Optimization. It's used to understand and address problems regarding downloads.

The following fields are available:

  • background Is the download being done in the background?
  • bytesFromCacheServer Bytes received from a cache host.
  • bytesFromCDN The number of bytes received from a CDN source.
  • bytesFromGroupPeers The number of bytes received from a peer in the same group.
  • bytesFromIntPeers The number of bytes received from peers not in the same LAN or in the same group.
  • bytesFromLinkLocalPeers The number of bytes received from local peers.
  • bytesFromLocalCache Bytes copied over from local (on disk) cache.
  • bytesFromPeers The number of bytes received from a peer in the same LAN.
  • cdnErrorCodes A list of CDN connection errors since the last FailureCDNCommunication event.
  • cdnErrorCounts The number of times each error in cdnErrorCodes was encountered.
  • cdnIp The IP Address of the source CDN (Content Delivery Network).
  • cdnUrl The URL of the source CDN (Content Delivery Network).
  • dataSourcesTotal Bytes received per source type, accumulated for the whole session.
  • errorCode The error code that was returned.
  • experimentId When running a test, this is used to correlate events that are part of the same test.
  • fileID The ID of the file being downloaded.
  • gCurMemoryStreamBytes Current usage for memory streaming.
  • gMaxMemoryStreamBytes Maximum usage for memory streaming.
  • isVpn Is the device connected to a Virtual Private Network?
  • jobID Identifier for the Windows Update job.
  • predefinedCallerName The name of the API Caller.
  • reasonCode Reason the action or event occurred.
  • routeToCacheServer The cache server setting, source, and value.
  • sessionID The ID of the file download session.
  • updateID The ID of the update being downloaded.
  • usedMemoryStream TRUE if the download is using memory streaming for App downloads.

Microsoft.OSG.DU.DeliveryOptClient.DownloadCompleted

This event describes when a download has completed with Delivery Optimization. It's used to understand and address problems regarding downloads.

The following fields are available:

  • background Is the download a background download?
  • bytesFromCacheServer Bytes received from a cache host.
  • bytesFromCDN The number of bytes received from a CDN source.
  • bytesFromGroupPeers The number of bytes received from a peer in the same domain group.
  • bytesFromIntPeers The number of bytes received from peers not in the same LAN or in the same domain group.
  • bytesFromLinkLocalPeers The number of bytes received from local peers.
  • bytesFromLocalCache Bytes copied over from local (on disk) cache.
  • bytesFromPeers The number of bytes received from a peer in the same LAN.
  • bytesRequested The total number of bytes requested for download.
  • cacheServerConnectionCount Number of connections made to cache hosts.
  • cdnConnectionCount The total number of connections made to the CDN.
  • cdnErrorCodes A list of CDN connection errors since the last FailureCDNCommunication event.
  • cdnErrorCounts The number of times each error in cdnErrorCodes was encountered.
  • cdnIp The IP address of the source CDN.
  • cdnUrl Url of the source Content Distribution Network (CDN).
  • dataSourcesTotal Bytes received per source type, accumulated for the whole session.
  • doErrorCode The Delivery Optimization error code that was returned.
  • downlinkBps The maximum measured available download bandwidth (in bytes per second).
  • downlinkUsageBps The download speed (in bytes per second).
  • downloadMode The download mode used for this file download session.
  • downloadModeReason Reason for the download.
  • downloadModeSrc Source of the DownloadMode setting.
  • experimentId When running a test, this is used to correlate with other events that are part of the same test.
  • expiresAt The time when the content will expire from the Delivery Optimization Cache.
  • fileID The ID of the file being downloaded.
  • fileSize The size of the file being downloaded.
  • gCurMemoryStreamBytes Current usage for memory streaming.
  • gMaxMemoryStreamBytes Maximum usage for memory streaming.
  • groupConnectionCount The total number of connections made to peers in the same group.
  • internetConnectionCount The total number of connections made to peers not in the same LAN or the same group.
  • isEncrypted TRUE if the file is encrypted and will be decrypted after download.
  • isVpn Is the device connected to a Virtual Private Network?
  • jobID Identifier for the Windows Update job.
  • lanConnectionCount The total number of connections made to peers in the same LAN.
  • linkLocalConnectionCount The number of connections made to peers in the same Link-local network.
  • numPeers The total number of peers used for this download.
  • numPeersLocal The total number of local peers used for this download.
  • predefinedCallerName The name of the API Caller.
  • restrictedUpload Is the upload restricted?
  • routeToCacheServer The cache server setting, source, and value.
  • sessionID The ID of the download session.
  • totalTimeMs Duration of the download (in seconds).
  • updateID The ID of the update being downloaded.
  • uplinkBps The maximum measured available upload bandwidth (in bytes per second).
  • uplinkUsageBps The upload speed (in bytes per second).
  • usedMemoryStream TRUE if the download is using memory streaming for App downloads.

Microsoft.OSG.DU.DeliveryOptClient.DownloadPaused

This event represents a temporary suspension of a download with Delivery Optimization. It's used to understand and address problems regarding downloads.

The following fields are available:

  • background Is the download a background download?
  • cdnUrl The URL of the source CDN (Content Delivery Network).
  • errorCode The error code that was returned.
  • experimentId When running a test, this is used to correlate with other events that are part of the same test.
  • fileID The ID of the file being paused.
  • isVpn Is the device connected to a Virtual Private Network?
  • jobID Identifier for the Windows Update job.
  • predefinedCallerName The name of the API Caller object.
  • reasonCode The reason for pausing the download.
  • routeToCacheServer The cache server setting, source, and value.
  • sessionID The ID of the download session.
  • updateID The ID of the update being paused.

Microsoft.OSG.DU.DeliveryOptClient.DownloadStarted

This event sends data describing the start of a new download to enable Delivery Optimization. It's used to understand and address problems regarding downloads.

The following fields are available:

  • background Indicates whether the download is happening in the background.
  • bytesRequested Number of bytes requested for the download.
  • cdnUrl The URL of the source Content Distribution Network (CDN).
  • costFlags A set of flags representing network cost.
  • deviceProfile Identifies the usage or form factor (such as Desktop, Xbox, or VM).
  • diceRoll Random number used for determining if a client will use peering.
  • doClientVersion The version of the Delivery Optimization client.
  • doErrorCode The Delivery Optimization error code that was returned.
  • downloadMode The download mode used for this file download session (CdnOnly = 0, Lan = 1, Group = 2, Internet = 3, Simple = 99, Bypass = 100).
  • downloadModeReason Reason for the download.
  • downloadModeSrc Source of the DownloadMode setting (KvsProvider = 0, GeoProvider = 1, GeoVerProvider = 2, CpProvider = 3, DiscoveryProvider = 4, RegistryProvider = 5, GroupPolicyProvider = 6, MdmProvider = 7, SettingsProvider = 8, InvalidProviderType = 9).
  • errorCode The error code that was returned.
  • experimentId ID used to correlate client/services calls that are part of the same test during A/B testing.
  • fileID The ID of the file being downloaded.
  • filePath The path to where the downloaded file will be written.
  • fileSize Total file size of the file that was downloaded.
  • fileSizeCaller Value for total file size provided by our caller.
  • groupID ID for the group.
  • isEncrypted Indicates whether the download is encrypted.
  • isVpn Indicates whether the device is connected to a Virtual Private Network.
  • jobID The ID of the Windows Update job.
  • peerID The ID for this delivery optimization client.
  • predefinedCallerName Name of the API caller.
  • routeToCacheServer Cache server setting, source, and value.
  • sessionID The ID for the file download session.
  • setConfigs A JSON representation of the configurations that have been set, and their sources.
  • updateID The ID of the update being downloaded.
  • usedMemoryStream Indicates whether the download used memory streaming.

Microsoft.OSG.DU.DeliveryOptClient.FailureCdnCommunication

This event represents a failure to download from a CDN with Delivery Optimization. It's used to understand and address problems regarding downloads.

The following fields are available:

  • cdnHeaders The HTTP headers returned by the CDN.
  • cdnIp The IP address of the CDN.
  • cdnUrl The URL of the CDN.
  • errorCode The error code that was returned.
  • errorCount The total number of times this error code was seen since the last FailureCdnCommunication event was encountered.
  • experimentId When running a test, this is used to correlate with other events that are part of the same test.
  • fileID The ID of the file being downloaded.
  • httpStatusCode The HTTP status code returned by the CDN.
  • isHeadRequest The type of HTTP request that was sent to the CDN. Example: HEAD or GET
  • peerType The type of peer (LAN, Group, Internet, CDN, Cache Host, etc.).
  • requestOffset The byte offset within the file in the sent request.
  • requestSize The size of the range requested from the CDN.
  • responseSize The size of the range response received from the CDN.
  • sessionID The ID of the download session.

Microsoft.OSG.DU.DeliveryOptClient.JobError

This event represents a Windows Update job error. It allows for investigation of top errors.

The following fields are available:

  • cdnIp The IP Address of the source CDN (Content Delivery Network).
  • doErrorCode Error code returned for delivery optimization.
  • errorCode The error code returned.
  • experimentId When running a test, this is used to correlate with other events that are part of the same test.
  • fileID The ID of the file being downloaded.
  • jobID The Windows Update job ID.

Windows Update events

Microsoft.Windows.Update.NotificationUx.DialogNotificationToBeDisplayed

This event indicates that a notification dialog box is about to be displayed to user.

The following fields are available:

  • AcceptAutoModeLimit The maximum number of days for a device to automatically enter Auto Reboot mode.
  • AutoToAutoFailedLimit The maximum number of days for Auto Reboot mode to fail before the RebootFailed dialog box is shown.
  • DaysSinceRebootRequired Number of days since restart was required.
  • DeviceLocalTime The local time on the device sending the event.
  • EngagedModeLimit The number of days to switch between DTE dialog boxes.
  • EnterAutoModeLimit The maximum number of days for a device to enter Auto Reboot mode.
  • ETag OneSettings versioning value.
  • IsForcedEnabled Indicates whether Forced Reboot mode is enabled for this device.
  • IsUltimateForcedEnabled Indicates whether Ultimate Forced Reboot mode is enabled for this device.
  • NotificationUxState Indicates which dialog box is shown.
  • NotificationUxStateString Indicates which dialog box is shown.
  • RebootUxState Indicates the state of the restart (Engaged, Auto, Forced, or UltimateForced).
  • RebootUxStateString Indicates the state of the restart (Engaged, Auto, Forced, or UltimateForced).
  • RebootVersion Version of DTE.
  • SkipToAutoModeLimit The minimum length of time to pass in restart pending before a device can be put into auto mode.
  • UpdateId The ID of the update that is pending restart to finish installation.
  • UpdateRevision The revision of the update that is pending restart to finish installation.
  • UtcTime The time the dialog box notification will be displayed, in Coordinated Universal Time.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.NotificationUx.EnhancedEngagedRebootAcceptAutoDialog

This event indicates that the Enhanced Engaged restart "accept automatically" dialog box was displayed.

The following fields are available:

  • DeviceLocalTime The local time on the device sending the event.
  • EnterpriseAttributionValue Indicates whether the Enterprise attribution is on in this dialog box.
  • ETag OneSettings versioning value.
  • ExitCode Indicates how users exited the dialog box.
  • RebootVersion Version of DTE.
  • UpdateId The ID of the update that is pending restart to finish installation.
  • UpdateRevision The revision of the update that is pending restart to finish installation.
  • UserResponseString The option that user chose on this dialog box.
  • UtcTime The time that the dialog box was displayed, in Coordinated Universal Time.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.NotificationUx.EnhancedEngagedRebootRebootFailedDialog

This event indicates that the Enhanced Engaged restart "restart failed" dialog box was displayed.

The following fields are available:

  • DeviceLocalTime The local time of the device sending the event.
  • EnterpriseAttributionValue Indicates whether the Enterprise attribution is on in this dialog box.
  • ETag OneSettings versioning value.
  • ExitCode Indicates how users exited the dialog box.
  • RebootVersion Version of DTE.
  • UpdateId The ID of the update that is pending restart to finish installation.
  • UpdateRevision The revision of the update that is pending restart to finish installation.
  • UserResponseString The option that the user chose in this dialog box.
  • UtcTime The time that the dialog box was displayed, in Coordinated Universal Time.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.NotificationUx.EnhancedEngagedRebootRebootImminentDialog

This event indicates that the Enhanced Engaged restart "restart imminent" dialog box was displayed.

The following fields are available:

  • DeviceLocalTime Time the dialog box was shown on the local device.
  • EnterpriseAttributionValue Indicates whether the Enterprise attribution is on in this dialog box.
  • ETag OneSettings versioning value.
  • ExitCode Indicates how users exited the dialog box.
  • RebootVersion Version of DTE.
  • UpdateId The ID of the update that is pending restart to finish installation.
  • UpdateRevision The revision of the update that is pending restart to finish installation.
  • UserResponseString The option that user chose in this dialog box.
  • UtcTime The time that dialog box was displayed, in Coordinated Universal Time.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.NotificationUx.EnhancedEngagedRebootReminderDialog

This event returns information relating to the Enhanced Engaged reboot reminder dialog that was displayed.

The following fields are available:

  • DeviceLocalTime The time at which the reboot reminder dialog was shown (based on the local device time settings).
  • EnterpriseAttributionValue Indicates whether Enterprise attribution is on for this dialog.
  • ETag The OneSettings versioning value.
  • ExitCode Indicates how users exited the reboot reminder dialog box.
  • RebootVersion The version of the DTE (Direct-to-Engaged).
  • UpdateId The ID of the update that is waiting for reboot to finish installation.
  • UpdateRevision The revision of the update that is waiting for reboot to finish installation.
  • UserResponseString The option chosen by the user on the reboot dialog box.
  • UtcTime The time at which the reboot reminder dialog was shown (in UTC).

Microsoft.Windows.Update.NotificationUx.EnhancedEngagedRebootReminderToast

This event indicates that the Enhanced Engaged restart reminder pop-up banner was displayed.

The following fields are available:

  • DeviceLocalTime The local time on the device sending the event.
  • ETag OneSettings versioning value.
  • ExitCode Indicates how users exited the pop-up banner.
  • RebootVersion The version of the reboot logic.
  • UpdateId The ID of the update that is pending restart to finish installation.
  • UpdateRevision The revision of the update that is pending restart to finish installation.
  • UserResponseString The option that the user chose in pop-up banner.
  • UtcTime The time that the pop-up banner was displayed, in Coordinated Universal Time.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.NotificationUx.RebootScheduled

Indicates when a reboot is scheduled by the system or a user for a security, quality, or feature update.

The following fields are available:

  • activeHoursApplicable Indicates whether an Active Hours policy is present on the device.
  • IsEnhancedEngagedReboot Indicates whether this is an Enhanced Engaged reboot.
  • rebootArgument Argument for the reboot task. It also represents specific reboot related action.
  • rebootOutsideOfActiveHours Indicates whether a restart is scheduled outside of active hours.
  • rebootScheduledByUser Indicates whether the restart was scheduled by user (if not, it was scheduled automatically).
  • rebootState The current state of the restart.
  • rebootUsingSmartScheduler Indicates whether the reboot is scheduled by smart scheduler.
  • revisionNumber Revision number of the update that is getting installed with this restart.
  • scheduledRebootTime Time of the scheduled restart.
  • scheduledRebootTimeInUTC Time of the scheduled restart in Coordinated Universal Time.
  • updateId ID of the update that is getting installed with this restart.
  • wuDeviceid Unique device ID used by Windows Update.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.ActivityRestrictedByActiveHoursPolicy

This event indicates a policy is present that may restrict update activity to outside of active hours.

The following fields are available:

  • activeHoursEnd The end of the active hours window.
  • activeHoursStart The start of the active hours window.
  • wuDeviceid Unique device ID used by Windows Update.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.DeferRestart

This event indicates that a restart required for installing updates was postponed.

The following fields are available:

  • displayNeededReason List of reasons for needing display.
  • eventScenario Indicates the purpose of the event (scan started, succeeded, failed, etc.).
  • filteredDeferReason Applicable filtered reasons why reboot was postponed (such as user active, or low battery).
  • gameModeReason Name of the executable that caused the game mode state check to start.
  • ignoredReason List of reasons that were intentionally ignored.
  • IgnoreReasonsForRestart List of reasons why restart was deferred.
  • revisionNumber Update ID revision number.
  • systemNeededReason List of reasons why system is needed.
  • updateId Update ID.
  • updateScenarioType Update session type.
  • wuDeviceid Unique device ID used by Windows Update.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.Detection

This event indicates that a scan for a Windows Update occurred.

The following fields are available:

  • deferReason Reason why the device could not check for updates.
  • detectionBlockingPolicy State of update action.
  • detectionBlockreason The reason detection did not complete.
  • detectionRetryMode Indicates whether we will try to scan again.
  • errorCode The error code returned for the current process.
  • eventScenario End-to-end update session ID, or indicates the purpose of sending this event - whether because the software distribution just started installing content, or whether it was cancelled, succeeded, or failed.
  • flightID The specific ID of the Windows Insider build the device is getting.
  • interactive Indicates whether the session was user initiated.
  • networkStatus Error info
  • revisionNumber Update revision number.
  • scanTriggerSource Source of the triggered scan.
  • updateId Update ID.
  • updateScenarioType Identifies the type of update session being performed.
  • wuDeviceid The unique device ID used by Windows Update.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.DetectionActivity

This event returns data about detected updates, as well as the types of update (optional or recommended). This data helps keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • applicableUpdateIdList The list of update identifiers.
  • applicableUpdateList The list of available updates.
  • durationInSeconds The amount of time (in seconds) it took for the event to run.
  • expeditedMode Indicates whether Expedited Mode is on.
  • networkCostPolicy The network cost.
  • scanTriggerSource Indicates whether the scan is Interactive or Background.
  • scenario The result code of the event.
  • scenarioReason The reason for the result code (scenario).
  • seekerUpdateIdList The list of “seeker” update identifiers.
  • seekerUpdateList The list of “seeker” updates.
  • services The list of services that were called during update.
  • wilActivity The activity results. See wilActivity.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.DisplayNeeded

This event indicates the reboot was postponed due to needing a display.

The following fields are available:

  • displayNeededReason Reason the display is needed.
  • eventScenario Indicates the purpose of sending this event - whether because the software distribution just started checking for content, or whether it was cancelled, succeeded, or failed.
  • rebootOutsideOfActiveHours Indicates whether the reboot was to occur outside of active hours.
  • revisionNumber Revision number of the update.
  • updateId Update ID.
  • updateScenarioType The update session type.
  • uxRebootstate Indicates the exact state of the user experience at the time the required reboot was initiated.
  • wuDeviceid The unique identifier of a specific device, used to identify how many devices are encountering success or a particular issue

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.Download

This event sends launch data for a Windows Update download to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • deferReason Reason for download not completing.
  • errorCode An error code represented as a hexadecimal value.
  • eventScenario End-to-end update session ID.
  • flightID The specific ID of the Windows Insider build the device is getting.
  • interactive Indicates whether the session is user initiated.
  • revisionNumber Update revision number.
  • updateId Update ID.
  • updateScenarioType The update session type.
  • wuDeviceid Unique device ID used by Windows Update.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.EscalationRiskLevels

This event is sent during update scan, download, or install, and indicates that the device is at risk of being out-of-date.

The following fields are available:

  • configVersion The escalation configuration version on the device.
  • downloadElapsedTime Indicates how long since the download is required on device.
  • downloadRiskLevel At-risk level of download phase.
  • installElapsedTime Indicates how long since the install is required on device.
  • installRiskLevel The at-risk level of install phase.
  • isSediment Assessment of whether is device is at risk.
  • scanElapsedTime Indicates how long since the scan is required on device.
  • scanRiskLevel At-risk level of the scan phase.
  • wuDeviceid Device ID used by Windows Update.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.FailedToAddTimeTriggerToScanTask

This event indicated that USO failed to add a trigger time to a task.

The following fields are available:

  • errorCode The Windows Update error code.
  • wuDeviceid The Windows Update device ID.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.FlightInapplicable

This event indicates that the update is no longer applicable to this device.

The following fields are available:

  • EventPublishedTime Time when this event was generated.
  • flightID The specific ID of the Windows Insider build.
  • inapplicableReason The reason why the update is inapplicable.
  • revisionNumber Update revision number.
  • updateId Unique Windows Update ID.
  • updateScenarioType Update session type.
  • UpdateStatus Last status of update.
  • UUPFallBackConfigured Indicates whether UUP fallback is configured.
  • wuDeviceid Unique Device ID.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.InitiatingReboot

This event sends data about an Orchestrator requesting a reboot from power management to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • EventPublishedTime Time of the event.
  • flightID Unique update ID
  • interactive Indicates whether the reboot initiation stage of the update process was entered as a result of user action.
  • rebootOutsideOfActiveHours Indicates whether the reboot was to occur outside of active hours.
  • revisionNumber Revision number of the update.
  • updateId Update ID.
  • updateScenarioType The update session type.
  • uxRebootstate Indicates the exact state of the user experience at the time the required reboot was initiated.
  • wuDeviceid Unique device ID used by Windows Update.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.Install

This event sends launch data for a Windows Update install to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • batteryLevel Current battery capacity in mWh or percentage left.
  • deferReason Reason for install not completing.
  • errorCode The error code reppresented by a hexadecimal value.
  • eventScenario End-to-end update session ID.
  • flightID The ID of the Windows Insider build the device is getting.
  • flightUpdate Indicates whether the update is a Windows Insider build.
  • ForcedRebootReminderSet A boolean value that indicates if a forced reboot will happen for updates.
  • IgnoreReasonsForRestart The reason(s) a Postpone Restart command was ignored.
  • installCommitfailedtime The time it took for a reboot to happen but the upgrade failed to progress.
  • installRebootinitiatetime The time it took for a reboot to be attempted.
  • interactive Identifies if session is user initiated.
  • minutesToCommit The time it took to install updates.
  • rebootOutsideOfActiveHours Indicates whether a reboot is scheduled outside of active hours.
  • revisionNumber Update revision number.
  • updateId Update ID.
  • updateScenarioType The update session type.
  • uxRebootstate Indicates the exact state of the user experience at the time the required reboot was initiated to ensure the correct update process and experience is provided to keep Windows up to date.
  • wuDeviceid Unique device ID used by Windows Update.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.LowUptimes

This event is sent if a device is identified as not having sufficient uptime to reliably process updates in order to keep secure.

The following fields are available:

  • availableHistoryMinutes The number of minutes available from the local machine activity history.
  • isLowUptimeMachine Is the machine considered low uptime or not.
  • lowUptimeMinHours Current setting for the minimum number of hours needed to not be considered low uptime.
  • lowUptimeQueryDays Current setting for the number of recent days to check for uptime.
  • uptimeMinutes Number of minutes of uptime measured.
  • wuDeviceid Unique device ID for Windows Update.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.OneshotUpdateDetection

This event returns data about scans initiated through settings UI, or background scans that are urgent; to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • externalOneshotupdate The last time a task-triggered scan was completed.
  • interactiveOneshotupdate The last time an interactive scan was completed.
  • oldlastscanOneshotupdate The last time a scan completed successfully.
  • wuDeviceid The Windows Update Device GUID (Globally-Unique ID).

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.PreShutdownStart

This event is generated before the shutdown and commit operations.

The following fields are available:

  • wuDeviceid The unique identifier of a specific device, used to identify how many devices are encountering success or a particular issue.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.RebootFailed

This event sends information about whether an update required a reboot and reasons for failure, to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • batteryLevel Current battery capacity in mWh or percentage left.
  • deferReason Reason for install not completing.
  • EventPublishedTime The time that the reboot failure occurred.
  • flightID Unique update ID.
  • rebootOutsideOfActiveHours Indicates whether a reboot was scheduled outside of active hours.
  • RebootResults Hex code indicating failure reason. Typically, we expect this to be a specific USO generated hex code.
  • revisionNumber Update revision number.
  • updateId Update ID.
  • updateScenarioType The update session type.
  • uxRebootstate Indicates the exact state of the user experience at the time the required reboot was initiated to ensure the correct update process and experience is provided to keep Windows up to date.
  • wuDeviceid Unique device ID used by Windows Update.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.RefreshSettings

This event sends basic data about the version of upgrade settings applied to the system to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • errorCode Hex code for the error message, to allow lookup of the specific error.
  • settingsDownloadTime Timestamp of the last attempt to acquire settings.
  • settingsETag Version identifier for the settings.
  • wuDeviceid Unique device ID used by Windows Update.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.RestoreRebootTask

This event sends data indicating that a reboot task is missing unexpectedly on a device and the task is restored because a reboot is still required, to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • RebootTaskMissedTimeUTC The time when the reboot task was scheduled to run, but did not.
  • RebootTaskNextTimeUTC The time when the reboot task was rescheduled for.
  • RebootTaskRestoredTime Time at which this reboot task was restored.
  • wuDeviceid Device ID for the device on which the reboot is restored.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.ScanTriggered

This event indicates that Update Orchestrator has started a scan operation.

The following fields are available:

  • interactive Indicates whether the scan is interactive.
  • isDTUEnabled Indicates whether DTU (internal abbreviation for Direct Feature Update) channel is enabled on the client system.
  • isScanPastSla Indicates whether the SLA has elapsed for scanning.
  • isScanPastTriggerSla Indicates whether the SLA has elapsed for triggering a scan.
  • minutesOverScanSla Indicates how many minutes the scan exceeded the scan SLA.
  • minutesOverScanTriggerSla Indicates how many minutes the scan exceeded the scan trigger SLA.
  • scanTriggerSource Indicates what caused the scan.
  • updateScenarioType The update session type.
  • wuDeviceid Unique device ID used by Windows Update.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.StickUpdate

This event is sent when the update service orchestrator (USO) indicates the update cannot be superseded by a newer update.

The following fields are available:

  • updateId Identifier associated with the specific piece of content.
  • wuDeviceid Unique device ID controlled by the software distribution client.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.SystemNeeded

This event sends data about why a device is unable to reboot, to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • eventScenario End-to-end update session ID.
  • rebootOutsideOfActiveHours Indicates whether a reboot is scheduled outside of active hours.
  • revisionNumber Update revision number.
  • systemNeededReason List of apps or tasks that are preventing the system from restarting.
  • updateId Update ID.
  • updateScenarioType The update session type.
  • uxRebootstate Indicates the exact state of the user experience at the time the required reboot was initiated to ensure the correct update process and experience is provided to keep Windows up to date.
  • wuDeviceid Unique device ID used by Windows Update.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.UniversalOrchestratorInvalidSignature

This event is sent when an updater has attempted to register a binary that is not signed by Microsoft.

The following fields are available:

  • updaterCmdLine The callback executable for the updater.
  • updaterId The ID of the updater.
  • wuDeviceid Unique device ID used by Windows Update.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.UnstickUpdate

This event is sent when the update service orchestrator (USO) indicates that the update can be superseded by a newer update.

The following fields are available:

  • updateId Identifier associated with the specific piece of content.
  • wuDeviceid Unique device ID controlled by the software distribution client.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.UpdatePolicyCacheRefresh

This event sends data on whether Update Management Policies were enabled on a device, to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • configuredPoliciescount Number of policies on the device.
  • policiesNamevaluesource Policy name and source of policy (group policy, MDM or flight).
  • policyCacherefreshtime Time when policy cache was refreshed.
  • updateInstalluxsetting Indicates whether a user has set policies via a user experience option.
  • wuDeviceid Unique device ID used by Windows Update.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.UpdaterCallbackFailed

This event is sent when an updater failed to execute the registered callback.

The following fields are available:

  • updaterArgument The argument to pass to the updater callback.
  • updaterCmdLine The callback executable for the updater.
  • updaterId The ID of the updater.
  • wuDeviceid Unique device ID used by Windows Update.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.UpdateRebootRequired

This event sends data about whether an update required a reboot to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • flightID The specific ID of the Windows Insider build the device is getting.
  • interactive Indicates whether the reboot initiation stage of the update process was entered as a result of user action.
  • revisionNumber Update revision number.
  • updateId Update ID.
  • updateScenarioType The update session type.
  • uxRebootstate Indicates the exact state of the user experience at the time the required reboot was initiated to ensure the correct update process and experience is provided to keep Windows up to date.
  • wuDeviceid Unique device ID used by Windows Update.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.UpdaterMalformedData

This event is sent when a registered updater has missing or corrupted information, to help keep Windows up to date.

The following fields are available:

  • malformedRegValue The registry value that contains the malformed or missing entry.
  • updaterId The ID of the updater.
  • wuDeviceid Unique device ID used by Windows Update.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.updateSettingsFlushFailed

This event sends information about an update that encountered problems and was not able to complete.

The following fields are available:

  • errorCode The error code encountered.
  • wuDeviceid The ID of the device in which the error occurred.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Orchestrator.UsoSession

This event represents the state of the USO service at start and completion.

The following fields are available:

  • activeSessionid A unique session GUID.
  • eventScenario The state of the update action.
  • interactive Is the USO session interactive?
  • lastErrorcode The last error that was encountered.
  • lastErrorstate The state of the update when the last error was encountered.
  • sessionType A GUID that refers to the update session type.
  • updateScenarioType A descriptive update session type.
  • wuDeviceid The Windows Update device GUID.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Ux.MusNotification.EnhancedEngagedRebootUxState

This event sends information about the configuration of Enhanced Direct-to-Engaged (eDTE), which includes values for the timing of how eDTE will progress through each phase of the reboot.

The following fields are available:

  • AcceptAutoModeLimit The maximum number of days for a device to automatically enter Auto Reboot mode.
  • AutoToAutoFailedLimit The maximum number of days for Auto Reboot mode to fail before a Reboot Failed dialog will be shown.
  • DeviceLocalTime The date and time (based on the device date/time settings) the reboot mode changed.
  • EngagedModeLimit The number of days to switch between DTE (Direct-to-Engaged) dialogs.
  • EnterAutoModeLimit The maximum number of days a device can enter Auto Reboot mode.
  • ETag The Entity Tag that represents the OneSettings version.
  • IsForcedEnabled Identifies whether Forced Reboot mode is enabled for the device.
  • IsUltimateForcedEnabled Identifies whether Ultimate Forced Reboot mode is enabled for the device.
  • OldestUpdateLocalTime The date and time (based on the device date/time settings) this update’s reboot began pending.
  • RebootUxState Identifies the reboot state: Engaged, Auto, Forced, UltimateForced.
  • RebootVersion The version of the DTE (Direct-to-Engaged).
  • SkipToAutoModeLimit The maximum number of days to switch to start while in Auto Reboot mode.
  • UpdateId The ID of the update that is waiting for reboot to finish installation.
  • UpdateRevision The revision of the update that is waiting for reboot to finish installation.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Ux.MusNotification.RebootNoLongerNeeded

This event is sent when a security update has successfully completed.

The following fields are available:

  • UtcTime The Coordinated Universal Time that the restart was no longer needed.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Ux.MusNotification.RebootScheduled

This event sends basic information about scheduling an update-related reboot, to get security updates and to help keep Windows up-to-date.

The following fields are available:

  • activeHoursApplicable Indicates whether Active Hours applies on this device.
  • IsEnhancedEngagedReboot Indicates whether Enhanced reboot was enabled.
  • rebootArgument Argument for the reboot task. It also represents specific reboot related action.
  • rebootOutsideOfActiveHours True, if a reboot is scheduled outside of active hours. False, otherwise.
  • rebootScheduledByUser True, if a reboot is scheduled by user. False, if a reboot is scheduled automatically.
  • rebootState Current state of the reboot.
  • rebootUsingSmartScheduler Indicates that the reboot is scheduled by SmartScheduler.
  • revisionNumber Revision number of the OS.
  • scheduledRebootTime Time scheduled for the reboot.
  • scheduledRebootTimeInUTC Time scheduled for the reboot, in UTC.
  • updateId Identifies which update is being scheduled.
  • wuDeviceid The unique device ID used by Windows Update.

Microsoft.Windows.Update.Ux.MusUpdateSettings.RebootScheduled

This event sends basic information for scheduling a device restart to install security updates. It's used to help keep Windows up-to-date

The following fields are available:

  • activeHoursApplicable Is the restart respecting Active Hours?
  • IsEnhancedEngagedReboot TRUE if the reboot path is Enhanced Engaged. Otherwise, FALSE.
  • rebootArgument The arguments that are passed to the OS for the restarted.
  • rebootOutsideOfActiveHours Was the restart scheduled outside of Active Hours?
  • rebootScheduledByUser Was the restart scheduled by the user? If the value is false, the restart was scheduled by the device.
  • rebootState The state of the restart.
  • rebootUsingSmartScheduler TRUE if the reboot should be performed by the Smart Scheduler. Otherwise, FALSE.
  • revisionNumber The revision number of the OS being updated.
  • scheduledRebootTime Time of the scheduled reboot
  • scheduledRebootTimeInUTC Time of the scheduled restart, in Coordinated Universal Time.
  • updateId The Windows Update device GUID.
  • wuDeviceid The Windows Update device GUID.

wilActivity

This event provides a Windows Internal Library context used for Product and Service diagnostics.

The following fields are available:

  • callContext The function where the failure occurred.
  • currentContextId The ID of the current call context where the failure occurred.
  • currentContextMessage The message of the current call context where the failure occurred.
  • currentContextName The name of the current call context where the failure occurred.
  • failureCount The number of failures for this failure ID.
  • failureId The ID of the failure that occurred.
  • failureType The type of the failure that occurred.
  • fileName The file name where the failure occurred.
  • function The function where the failure occurred.
  • hresult The HResult of the overall activity.
  • lineNumber The line number where the failure occurred.
  • message The message of the failure that occurred.
  • module The module where the failure occurred.
  • originatingContextId The ID of the originating call context that resulted in the failure.
  • originatingContextMessage The message of the originating call context that resulted in the failure.
  • originatingContextName The name of the originating call context that resulted in the failure.
  • threadId The ID of the thread on which the activity is executing.

Windows Update mitigation events

Microsoft.Windows.Mitigation.AccountTraceLoggingProvider.General

This event provides information about application properties to indicate the successful execution.

The following fields are available:

  • AppMode Indicates the mode the app is being currently run around privileges.
  • ExitCode Indicates the exit code of the app.
  • Help Indicates if the app needs to be launched in the help mode.
  • ParseError Indicates if there was a parse error during the execution.
  • RightsAcquired Indicates if the right privileges were acquired for successful execution.
  • RightsWereEnabled Indicates if the right privileges were enabled for successful execution.
  • TestMode Indicates whether the app is being run in test mode.

Microsoft.Windows.Mitigation.AccountTraceLoggingProvider.GetCount

This event provides information about the properties of user accounts in the Administrator group.

The following fields are available:

  • Internal Indicates the internal property associated with the count group.
  • LastError The error code (if applicable) for the cause of the failure to get the count of the user account.
  • Result The HResult error.

Mitigation360Telemetry.MitigationCustom.CleanupSafeOsImages

This event sends data specific to the CleanupSafeOsImages mitigation used for OS Updates.

The following fields are available:

  • ClientId The client ID used by Windows Update.
  • FlightId The ID of each Windows Insider build the device received.
  • InstanceId A unique device ID that identifies each update instance.
  • MitigationScenario The update scenario in which the mitigation was executed.
  • MountedImageCount The number of mounted images.
  • MountedImageMatches The number of mounted image matches.
  • MountedImagesFailed The number of mounted images that could not be removed.
  • MountedImagesRemoved The number of mounted images that were successfully removed.
  • MountedImagesSkipped The number of mounted images that were not found.
  • RelatedCV The correlation vector value generated from the latest USO scan.
  • Result HResult of this operation.
  • ScenarioId ID indicating the mitigation scenario.
  • ScenarioSupported Indicates whether the scenario was supported.
  • SessionId Unique value for each update attempt.
  • UpdateId Unique ID for each Windows Update.
  • WuId Unique ID for the Windows Update client.

Mitigation360Telemetry.MitigationCustom.FixupEditionId

This event sends data specific to the FixupEditionId mitigation used for OS updates.

The following fields are available:

  • ClientId In the WU scenario, this will be the WU client ID that is passed to Setup. In Media setup, default value is Media360, but can be overwritten by the caller to a unique value.
  • EditionIdUpdated Determine whether EditionId was changed.
  • FlightId Unique identifier for each flight.
  • InstanceId Unique GUID that identifies each instances of setuphost.exe.
  • MitigationScenario The update scenario in which the mitigation was executed.
  • ProductEditionId Expected EditionId value based on GetProductInfo.
  • ProductType Value returned by GetProductInfo.
  • RegistryEditionId EditionId value in the registry.
  • RelatedCV Correlation vector value generated from the latest USO scan.
  • Result HResult of this operation.
  • ScenarioId ID indicating the mitigation scenario.
  • ScenarioSupported Indicates whether the scenario was supported.
  • SessionId Unique value for each update attempt.
  • UpdateId Unique ID for each update.
  • WuId Unique ID for the Windows Update client.

Windows Update Reserve Manager events

Microsoft.Windows.UpdateReserveManager.BeginScenario

This event is sent when the Update Reserve Manager is called to begin a scenario.

The following fields are available:

  • Flags The flags that are passed to the begin scenario function.
  • HardReserveSize The size of the hard reserve.
  • HardReserveUsedSpace The used space in the hard reserve.
  • OwningScenarioId The scenario ID the client that called the begin scenario function.
  • ReturnCode The return code for the begin scenario operation.
  • ScenarioId The scenario ID that is internal to the reserve manager.
  • SoftReserveSize The size of the soft reserve.
  • SoftReserveUsedSpace The amount of soft reserve space that was used.

Microsoft.Windows.UpdateReserveManager.ClearReserve

This event is sent when the Update Reserve Manager clears one of the reserves.

The following fields are available:

  • FinalReserveUsedSpace The amount of used space for the reserve after it was cleared.
  • InitialReserveUsedSpace The amount of used space for the reserve before it was cleared.
  • ReserveId The ID of the reserve that needs to be cleared.

Microsoft.Windows.UpdateReserveManager.ClearSoftReserve

This event is sent when the Update Reserve Manager clears the contents of the soft reserve.

Microsoft.Windows.UpdateReserveManager.CommitPendingHardReserveAdjustment

This event is sent when the Update Reserve Manager commits a hard reserve adjustment that was pending.

The following fields are available:

  • FinalAdjustment Final adjustment for the hard reserve following the addition or removal of optional content.
  • InitialAdjustment Initial intended adjustment for the hard reserve following the addition or removal of optional content.

Microsoft.Windows.UpdateReserveManager.EndScenario

This event is sent when the Update Reserve Manager ends an active scenario.

The following fields are available:

  • ActiveScenario The current active scenario.
  • Flags The flags passed to the end scenario call.
  • HardReserveSize The size of the hard reserve when the end scenario is called.
  • HardReserveUsedSpace The used space in the hard reserve when the end scenario is called.
  • ReturnCode The return code of this operation.
  • ScenarioId The ID of the internal reserve manager scenario.
  • SoftReserveSize The size of the soft reserve when end scenario is called.
  • SoftReserveUsedSpace The amount of the soft reserve used when end scenario is called.

Microsoft.Windows.UpdateReserveManager.FunctionReturnedError

This event is sent when the Update Reserve Manager returns an error from one of its internal functions.

The following fields are available:

  • FailedExpression The failed expression that was returned.
  • FailedFile The binary file that contained the failed function.
  • FailedFunction The name of the function that originated the failure.
  • FailedLine The line number of the failure.
  • ReturnCode The return code of the function.

Microsoft.Windows.UpdateReserveManager.InitializeReserves

This event is sent when reserves are initialized on the device.

The following fields are available:

  • FallbackInitUsed Indicates whether fallback initialization is used.
  • FinalUserFreeSpace The amount of user free space after initialization.
  • Flags The flags used in the initialization of Update Reserve Manager.
  • HardReserveFinalSize The final size of the hard reserve.
  • HardReserveFinalUsedSpace The used space in the hard reserve.
  • HardReserveInitialSize The size of the hard reserve after initialization.
  • HardReserveInitialUsedSpace The utilization of the hard reserve after initialization.
  • HardReserveTargetSize The target size that was set for the hard reserve.
  • InitialUserFreeSpace The user free space during initialization.
  • PostUpgradeFreeSpace The free space value passed into the Update Reserve Manager to determine reserve sizing post upgrade.
  • SoftReserveFinalSize The final size of the soft reserve.
  • SoftReserveFinalUsedSpace The used space in the soft reserve.
  • SoftReserveInitialSize The soft reserve size after initialization.
  • SoftReserveInitialUsedSpace The utilization of the soft reserve after initialization.
  • SoftReserveTargetSize The target size that was set for the soft reserve.
  • TargetUserFreeSpace The target user free space that was passed into the reserve manager to determine reserve sizing post upgrade.
  • UpdateScratchFinalUsedSpace The used space in the scratch reserve.
  • UpdateScratchInitialUsedSpace The utilization of the scratch reserve after initialization.
  • UpdateScratchReserveFinalSize The utilization of the scratch reserve after initialization.
  • UpdateScratchReserveInitialSize The size of the scratch reserve after initialization.

Microsoft.Windows.UpdateReserveManager.InitializeUpdateReserveManager

This event returns data about the Update Reserve Manager, including whether it’s been initialized.

The following fields are available:

  • ClientId The ID of the caller application.
  • Flags The enumerated flags used to initialize the manager.
  • FlightId The flight ID of the content the calling client is currently operating with.
  • Offline Indicates whether or the reserve manager is called during offline operations.
  • PolicyPassed Indicates whether the machine is able to use reserves.
  • ReturnCode Return code of the operation.
  • Version The version of the Update Reserve Manager.

Microsoft.Windows.UpdateReserveManager.PrepareTIForReserveInitialization

This event is sent when the Update Reserve Manager prepares the Trusted Installer to initialize reserves on the next boot.

The following fields are available:

  • Flags The flags that are passed to the function to prepare the Trusted Installer for reserve initialization.

Microsoft.Windows.UpdateReserveManager.ReevaluatePolicy

This event is sent when the Update Reserve Manager reevaluates policy to determine reserve usage.

The following fields are available:

  • PolicyChanged Indicates whether the policy has changed.
  • PolicyFailedEnum The reason why the policy failed.
  • PolicyPassed Indicates whether the policy passed.

Microsoft.Windows.UpdateReserveManager.RemovePendingHardReserveAdjustment

This event is sent when the Update Reserve Manager removes a pending hard reserve adjustment.

Microsoft.Windows.UpdateReserveManager.TurnOffReserves

This event is sent when the Update Reserve Manager turns off reserve functionality for certain operations.

The following fields are available:

  • Flags Flags used in the turn off reserves function.
  • HardReserveSize The size of the hard reserve when Turn Off is called.
  • HardReserveUsedSpace The amount of space used by the hard reserve when Turn Off is called
  • ScratchReserveSize The size of the scratch reserve when Turn Off is called.
  • ScratchReserveUsedSpace The amount of space used by the scratch reserve when Turn Off is called.
  • SoftReserveSize The size of the soft reserve when Turn Off is called.
  • SoftReserveUsedSpace The amount of the soft reserve used when Turn Off is called.

Microsoft.Windows.UpdateReserveManager.UpdatePendingHardReserveAdjustment

This event is sent when the Update Reserve Manager needs to adjust the size of the hard reserve after the option content is installed.

The following fields are available:

  • ChangeSize The change in the hard reserve size based on the addition or removal of optional content.
  • Disposition The parameter for the hard reserve adjustment function.
  • Flags The flags passed to the hard reserve adjustment function.
  • PendingHardReserveAdjustment The final change to the hard reserve size.
  • UpdateType Indicates whether the change is an increase or decrease in the size of the hard reserve.

Winlogon events

Microsoft.Windows.Security.Winlogon.SetupCompleteLogon

This event signals the completion of the setup process. It happens only once during the first logon.

XBOX events

Microsoft.Xbox.XamTelemetry.AppActivationError

This event indicates whether the system detected an activation error in the app.

The following fields are available:

  • ActivationUri Activation URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) used in the attempt to activate the app.
  • AppId The Xbox LIVE Title ID.
  • AppUserModelId The AUMID (Application User Model ID) of the app to activate.
  • Result The HResult error.
  • UserId The Xbox LIVE User ID (XUID).

Microsoft.Xbox.XamTelemetry.AppActivity

This event is triggered whenever the current app state is changed by: launch, switch, terminate, snap, etc.

The following fields are available:

  • AppActionId The ID of the application action.
  • AppCurrentVisibilityState The ID of the current application visibility state.
  • AppId The Xbox LIVE Title ID of the app.
  • AppPackageFullName The full name of the application package.
  • AppPreviousVisibilityState The ID of the previous application visibility state.
  • AppSessionId The application session ID.
  • AppType The type ID of the application (AppType_NotKnown, AppType_Era, AppType_Sra, AppType_Uwa).
  • BCACode The BCA (Burst Cutting Area) mark code of the optical disc used to launch the application.
  • DurationMs The amount of time (in milliseconds) since the last application state transition.
  • IsTrialLicense This boolean value is TRUE if the application is on a trial license.
  • LicenseType The type of licensed used to authorize the app (0 - Unknown, 1 - User, 2 - Subscription, 3 - Offline, 4 - Disc).
  • LicenseXuid If the license type is 1 (User), this field contains the XUID (Xbox User ID) of the registered owner of the license.
  • ProductGuid The Xbox product GUID (Globally-Unique ID) of the application.
  • UserId The XUID (Xbox User ID) of the current user.