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Whe does MS ISA 2004 Reports show IP addresses and not usernames?

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Whe does MS ISA 2004 Reports show IP addresses and not usernames?
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Because you are using an All Users authentication on your rules. You are saying you don't care who uses the rule therefore ISA doesn't care either and just logs the ip address from where the traffic oriiginated.
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How would I configure so that ISA logs the username?
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by using a different authenticator that collects the username and password.
Double click the outbound http rule and edit the authentication to authenticated users, an ad group or whatever and remove the all users
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