Can a PC running the Windows operating system be used as a log host

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Yes, a PC running the Windows operating system can be used as a log host only when it has third-party software installed such as Kiwi Syslog Daemon.

Other related questions:
Can the CDR server of the U1960 be installed on a PC that runs the Windows 7 operating system?
The CDR server used in the UC solution cannot be deployed on the Windows 7 operating system. In the UC1.1, UC2.2, and UC2.3 solutions, the CDR server needs to be deployed on the Windows Server 2008 operating system. In the UC3.0 solution, the CDR server can be deployed on the Windows Server 2012 operating system.

Whether the operating system of GI945 can be changed to Windows
The operating system of GI945 cannot be changed from Linux to Windows.

Can the LMT client run on a 64-bit operating system
For the U1910/U1930/U1980 of V100R001C01, the LMT uses the C/S architecture, and both the LMT client and server need to be installed. The server can run on a 64-bit operating system, but the clients support only a 32-bit operating system. For the U1910/U1930/U1980 of V100R001C20 and later versions, the U1960/U1911, the LMT client can run on a 64-bit operating system.

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