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  • Help with tracking users logging into Exchange via RPC over HTTP/S

    Hi,

    I am running Server 2003 Enterprise with Exchange Server 2003. I have successfully set up RPC over HTTP/S, and connecting Outlook remotely works great without issues. My question involves tracking the users’ login times/dates. Is there a good way to do this which will allow me to see exactly when users establish connections remotely, other than sifting through the IIS logs?

    Thanks in advance,
    Jason

  • #2
    Re: Help with tracking users logging into Exchange via RPC over HTTP/S

    Not sure if it works, but you should be able to see the last logon time in the mailbox listing in Exchange System Manager

    Dave

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      Re: Help with tracking users logging into Exchange via RPC over HTTP/S

      Moved from Windows 2003 Server Forum.
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      • #4
        Re: Help with tracking users logging into Exchange via RPC over HTTP/S

        Last logon time in ESM is close to useless. It isn't something I look at regularly as it only shows the last login - which could be the system.

        IIS Logs is the only thing that you can use. Get something that can process the logs and look for the dll - rpcproxy.dll

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        • #5
          Re: Help with tracking users logging into Exchange via RPC over HTTP/S

          Thanks guys. I'll see if I can sort things out with the IIS logs.

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