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Is there a way to log sucessful VPN connections on a Windows 2000 VPN Server?  I know it automaticly logs unsucessful ones.
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RasMon, part of the Windows 2000 resource kit will allow you to monitor active connections, but does not log connections. It will even beep when a user connects/disconnects.

You can also enable logging within RRAS (Routing and Remote Access Services), which provides some information. Open the RRAS console | expand the server name | click on Remote access logging | Right click on Local file in the right hand window and choose properties | on the settings tab check the 2 boxes; "log accounting requests" and "Log authentication requests".
On the local file tab you will see the default log file location, which is usually C:\WINNT\syetem32\LogFiles\iaslog.log
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Thanks!!
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Thank you jamessa.
Cheers !
--Rob
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