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How do I report on who has connected to my Outlook Web Access in Exchange 2010

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I need to create a report on who has connected to my OWA in the last number of days or months. How do I do that? I have used this powershell:
Get-Mailbox | Get-LogonStatistics | Where-Object {$_.ApplicationID -eq "Client=OWA"} | Select-Object UserName,LastAccessTime > C:\OwaLogon.txt

But this is more designed to look at the active connections. I need to look at the history to determine who connected and when.
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Satyendra Sharma earned 500 total points
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Get-logonstatistics will only give you current connection result, since you are looking for past information you will have to parse IIS logs on the CAS box to find that information.

Here is an article with instructions on using Log Parser to pull similar data for OWA, ActiveSync and MAC connectivity
http://myriadofthings.com/outlook-web-access-owa-and-activesync-reporting-using-iis-logs/
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Satyendra, I agree. I have discovered that and found a tool by ManageEngine to save me a whole lot of parsing.
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