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I am implementing a IIS web server for a client who needs to know who is looking and what sort of information.
ie: is the target client finding the service worthwhile or is the service being played with?

Can anyone suggest an analysis package that will cut the user accesses everywhich way?
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Question by:colinmiller
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bobline earned 50 total points
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You server should generate access logs and you can make CGI scripts for analyzing this data. There are plenty of statistics scripts on the net, have a look at http://www.scriptsearch.com/.

But in fact I think that you'll come to writing your own analyzing script that fits your needs ;-)
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IIS creates a log file which can be analyzed either using your own scripts or you could use log analysis software like WebTrends(commercial), HitList(Free). These software programs are available for download at most of the shareware sites.

The reports created by these log analyzers are comprehensive.
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