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ISA Server - Create custom report jobs

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Hello,

we're running ISA Server 2000 and I'm trying to figure out how to run a report job based on a specific user rather than overall usage.  Can anyone help?

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caw01,

Firstly, you need to make sure that ISA Server is logging usernames. Do this by, expanding the Monitoring Configuration, Logs then open the properties on the ISA Server Web Proxy Service. From here, click on the Fields tab and verify that the "Client user name" is ticked.
Once this is done, you can create a report job as normal.

After a report job is complete, you can view the report from Monitoring > Reports > Web Usage, etc.
Within the report, you can click on the "Top Web Users" link to view the web users.
Unfortunately, by default, ISA Server 2000 does not create reports for individual users. A third-party program such as WebSpy is required.

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Use GFI WebMonitor for ISA Server  - It's free and powerfull:

http://www.gfi.com/webmon/


Also make sure that you enforce user authentication on your ISA server box:

http://support.gfi.com/manuals/en/dsec6/dsec6manual-1-11.html
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