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Sharepoint 2010 Where are the logs for IIS 7.5

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Hi,

I can see that in general my logs are at this directory: %SystemDrive%\inetpub\logs\LogFiles on my Win 2008 R2 Standard server. But how do I see the mapping to my webapplications?

The folder names are like this:
W3SVC376092735
W3SVC377347831
W3SVC382330246

But how do I see the mapping to my webapplications/IIS websites?
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THose are the ID's of the sites.  In IIS, click on the Sites folder.  On the right it will list the ID of each site.  This will allow you to know which folder is for which site.
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