Unlike Unix, Windows logs are binary files, so you can not simply search them. And, sometimes it is difficult to find the entries you want, but it is not impossible.
You will need to find the correct submenu in the Events Viewer, then look through the entries there. Logs can be filtered, and exported in various formats.
Open Control Panel, go to Event Viewer, then find
Applications and Services Logs | Microsoft | Windows | TerminalServices-LocalSessionManager | Operational
Applications and Services Logs Microsoft Windows TerminalServices-LocalSessionManager Operational
You have several options to export the data you filter