GFI EventsManager Audit events show "Error" or "Warning" in the source computer's Application Event Log and when collected by GFI EventsManager may then be listed as Critical events. You may be aware of these failures and do not consider them a problem, but are worried they could cause a visiting auditor to question them.
When GFI EventsManager runs Audit checks on the target machine, it will add an event to the target computer's Application Event Log if the check finds a problem with the condition it is checking for. The source in the event will be "GFI EventsManager" and the event "Type" field ("Level" field for Win7/Vista/2008 machines) will be set to an appropriate type success as "error" or "warning." This cannot be changed.
GFI EventsManager then collects the event and triggers a rule that causes the events to be put into the database. This rule can be edited to change the classification to a lower level. Therefore, the events will no longer be classified as "critical". All the rules are located in Configuration -> Event Processing Rules -> Windows Event Logs (log type) under the "GFI Rules" rule set.