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I'm trying to find the IP address of somebody that was browsing a website on our windows server at a specific time. Is it possible to find this out from some sort of log? If so, where would I find it?


share|improve this question IIS Log Parser and very good to analyse logs / traffic
If you are using IIS and have logging on, you can find the logs at C:\inetpub\logs
Where & how can I see IIS7 log entries for a specific web site?

Above links might help Hope that Helps

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Just open the IIS logs in a good text editor, and look for access at that time. Depending on the load on the server, it might be hard to find a single hit. – AliGibbs Nov 26 '10 at 16:16

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