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How do I reset Default Web Site to default logging after being set to ODBC System DSN?

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How do I reset Default Web Site to default logging after being set to ODBC System DSN?  Looking for a way of removing and or reset logging to defaults by using appcmd.exe or .Net by editing applicationhost.config file.  Whenever I change to use another System DSN or reset logging to default, does not work.  Leaves remnants of prior ODBC logging in applicationhosts.config file.  How do I reset website logging to defaults or rest in applicationhost.config file?
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how do u change it to ODBC System DSN?
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i meant to which logging the default web set is changed?
the default is W3C as far as i know...
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to reset the logging to its default (W3C and daily scheduled) you can use the appcmd.exe:

appcmd.exe set config -section:system.applicationHost/log /centralLogFileMode:"CentralW3C" /commit:apphost

appcmd.exe set config -section:system.applicationHost/log /centralW3CLogFile.period:"Daily" /commit:apphost
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