ISA logging by client hostname

Posted on 2007-10-15
Last Modified: 2012-06-27

Have a standalone ISA server, clients are in various workgroups. The ISA box by default can log by source IP, but I want it to also log the clients' hostname.

Anyway, i can do that easily?(without having to look up DHCP to see the hostname asscoaited to the IP)
Question by:58872
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    What version/service pack of ISA are you running?

    In 2004 or 2006, you can get your own info. Open the log from in the gui, monitoring - logging - click start query.
    Right-click the list of column headings and select add/remove. Add the client hostname and accept the changes. This is simply for viewing really as ISA logs the data for every field regardless of whether you have selected to view it or not.


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    by:Keith Alabaster
    Thanks :)

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