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Microsoft ISA 2005 VPN Server, how to findout which users used VPN?

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Hello,

I would like to see if its possible to findout using my ISA Server 2005 which users connected using VPN in the last 30 days?

Is this possible?

I know I can create queries, but they do not show the user-id logged in, just the source IP, which does not tell which users those are as the IPs are simply their public ISP IP.

Users connect using PPTP to ISA VPN, in a Active Directory 2003 environment.

Thanks.

Thanks.
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DId you check the event logs to see if you can get more info cross referenced with the time of log in

I hope this helps !
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Isn't there an option for more detailed logs in ISA ?
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that worked, event logs i was able to filter for the last 2 months to get a good record set, then over to excel to remove duplicates.

thanks!
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