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  • Viewing HTTP/RWW logs

    Hi people,

    I think i may have some bad people working in the company i support for there IT. They seem to believe that people working from home are actually not.

    Could any other expert here tell me if there is a way of viewing logs of users logging in via HTTP (Remote Web Workplace)?

    I think i have came across IIS Management but no to sure.

    What i need is when they logged on on each day!


    Hope someone can help

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    Re: Viewing HTTP/RWW logs

    I dont believe there is a way to acess logs for RWW as the SBS server only acts as a proxy for the TS connection to the host. But you could enable auditing on the domain for domain logons on the domain controller and this will tell you exactly when a user has logged onto the domain. In any case a logon from any location be it over a VPN using RAS, RWW, or a local logon all those details would be stored on the DC under the event viewer.

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    • #3
      Re: Viewing HTTP/RWW logs

      Another option I use is to log the RWW connections on the firewall .
      TIA

      Steven Teiger [SBS-MVP(2003-2009)]
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      • #4
        Re: Viewing HTTP/RWW logs

        Originally posted by teiger View Post
        Another option I use is to log the RWW connections on the firewall .
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