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I am looking for recommendations on the best and most intuitive that can help in viewing systems connected to IIS. We have a IIS load balanced farm and I need a good tool that allows to see who is connected.

I tried IIS log analyzer but don't like it

Any help will be appreciated.
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I have used a tool called IIS Reporter to view connections to web servers.  I only shows http connections, it does not show you who (as in UserIDs) is actively logged in.

http://www.iisreporter.com/
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Does it show source IP?
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Nope.  It shows the number of connections to IIS.  If you want to see source IP, you can use something like TCPview.exe from sysinternals:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897437.aspx

That will show you any & all active TCP/UDP connections to a computer: the process they are attached to, the protocol used, the local address/port, the remote address and the state of the connection.
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