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Keep Track of All Who Visit Website

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How can I keep track of all who access the Web Site.

My config is;

NT 4.0 Workstation - Networked
FrontPage 98
IIS 4

I would like to know the userid, date, time, IP address, what they did (i.e., download, upload).  Is any of this possible in some sort of log file.

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Question by:arcook
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In the admin console (IIS 4 ) you have an option for log files. You chose witch data server logs... (date, time, IP address...) Then you need a powerfull program for statistic. I recomande webtrends. It is the best!
http://www.webtrends.com/site_download/default.htm
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by:Mandaka
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arcook,


     Unless you have your visitors "provide" you specific personal information, the best you'll be able to get is the ISP someone connected to your site with.

     If all your looking for is simple geographical information, you could always use the "tracert" dos command to see the origin of the IP number someone was using.

Later,

Chuck
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