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monitoring can be include source ip, what is being served by iis, which work processor is being used, how much current load on IIS?

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Performance counters will tell you about IIS load. Run perfmon.exe to see them.

And IIS produces logs that are by default under C:\inetpub\logs\LogFiles\W3SVC1 showing every single file served, including requester's IP address and more.

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