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IIS 7.0 Log Analyzer

I need to analyze website actiivty. The sites run in their own application pool. The tools I see require me to navigate to the inetpub log file folder and choose a folder, but the names of the folders are too cryptic to know which folder belongs to which website. Is there a tool out there that can help me?
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shalomcCommented:
you should map each web site to its own logging folder.
Each web site has its own properties tab where the logging is defined.

If each web site has a different host name, then you can also flag the cs-host value to be included in the log. It is done in the advanced logging screen.

ShalomC
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shalomcCommented:
btw, IIS logging sucks.
If logging is really important to you, consider placing an apache in front as a reverse proxy and log all access off the apache server. It has way more functionality, options and ease of maintenance.


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jamesh1031Author Commented:
your solution is to add another server? economics aren't going to allow that.
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Miele102Commented:
Hi,
see the link to configure logging on IIS:  http://support.microsoft.com/kb/324279
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