Based on original article which can be found here: http://www.zdnet.com/article/how-to-turn-your-windows-10-upgrade-into-an-iso/
They are good tips and tricks, I found which may work for you. They did for me first time and the majority of other computer users.
Steps you can take; to try mitigate or avoid this issue from happening for many and in my eyes would be a clean installation of windows 10. This requires formatted hard drive preferably a NTFS file partition and key for install. Although if you’re a system administrator and know your product keys you can skip this requirement.
Use the Command:
shutdown /r /m \\<Computer Name> /t 0 /c "Comment" /f
Remote Control of a Windows Server services is accomplished using a domain computer and vaild domain credentials with appropriate permissions:
use the following command(s):
sc \\<Computer Name> query
sc \\<Computer Name> config "[SERVICE NAME]" start= disabled
Applies To: Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2
Original article can be found here: http://www.syslog.org/logged/logging-windows-events-to-syslog-using-snare/
There are now a bunch of commercial and open source agents that can run on a Windows system to take in Windows Event Logs and send them off to a syslog server. We’ll be looking at the Snare agent in this post.
The original article can be located here: http://www.syslog.org/logged/running-syslog-ng-on-windows/
This post describes running syslog-ng as a server on Windows. In another post, we describe how to send Windows Event Logs to syslog.