The following fields are available: 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.
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: This event sends data about the usage of older digital rights management on the system, to help keep Windows up to date.The following fields are available: 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.The following fields are available: This event lists the types of objects and how many of each exist on the client device.The following fields are available: 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.
The following fields are available: 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.
You can learn more about Windows functional and diagnostic data through these articles: This User Account Control (UAC) diagnostic data point collects information on elevations that originate from low integrity levels.
This occurs when a process running at low integrity level (IL) requires higher (administrator) privileges, and therefore requests for elevation via UAC (consent.exe).
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. Every event generated includes common data, which collects device data.
The Basic level helps to identify problems that can occur on a particular device hardware or software configuration.