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How to Generate a Microsoft VPN Report

Posted on 2014-09-03
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Hi Experts,

Hoping you can help? Our windows VPN server (2008 r2) logs VPN entries to text file via NPS
However, these i find are a bit of a mess to decipher

Are there any free tools available to import the text file to generate a report from?

The only information i want is who logged in, when, for how long and from what machine and public IP

Any help would be greatly apprechiated
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This is a free solution but it is linux based--will that work? http://itsanity.blogspot.com/2014/04/monitoring-vpn-logins-for-with-logstash.html
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Cheers for the suggestion. Looks like more of a sonicwall VPN monitor though rather than windows?
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Found one! My college located one call IAS Log Viewer

Cheers for your help guys
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Found own solution
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