Right now when I install SQL 2014 (via a PowerShell script) it automatically sends errors to:
c:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\120\Setup Bootstrap\Log\blahblahlog.txt
I'm hoping to capture those errors. I have a custom error log that captures other things throughout my PowerShell script. I'm trying to find a starting point, or if this is even possible. The errors logged there are very specific and useful to me.
An obvious solution is to just grab the contents of that log file, but I'm hoping to cut out the middle man.