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I have a ton of IIS monthly logs. Can someone recommend software that can help me analyze them (e.g. visitors, os/browser statistics, all the standard stuff)?

I'd like a piece of software that does not require me to setup a server or anything complicated. Simply point it to a file or folder and it'll do the rest. Back in the day (90s) there was something like that, but I can't find it now.


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I used Is is free and quite good. You install it on Windows like any other program and point it to folder with logs.

There are standard and pro versions which you have to pay for, but lite is also often sufficient.

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That's it. That's the software I used back in the day. Absolutely perfect. Thanks a bunch. – AngryHacker Feb 1 '11 at 19:45

I used to run Awffull on a linux box to process all the logs from multiples IIS servers. It was very fast.

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