Update on 11/19/2012: Check out my updated version here.
I've been playing with Visual Studio 2012 the past couple of days, and this is the first full application I've written with it. I originally was going to try to make a Windows 8 modern-style application, but that's still a little too foreign to me and I ended up giving up and going back to a regular desktop application.
This application is designed to clear the selected event logs on remote systems. You can add the computer names manually, or you can scan the Active Directory of your current domain and the app will auto-populate the list with all the computers it found. There is some basic threading in the app to improve performance and GUI responsiveness. When you exit the app, your settings are saved in the Windows registry, and loaded back in again when you restart the application. All messages regarding success or failure will be shown in the Status window.
It requires .NET 4.5. Testing was done on Windows 8 x64, but should run on any version of Windows with .NET 4.5. Thanks for Stackoverflow for helping me figure out that bug fix.
Executable: EventLogClearer.exe (127.00 kb)
VS2012 Project (Source): EventLogClearer.v.126.96.36.199.zip (479.52 kb)