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How can I check what files people are downloading from my server

I have small server with IIS and Windows Server 2008, hosting one page. Sometimes my bandwidth is completely overloaded. How can I check downloading which files from my server is killing the network connection? Maybe it is swf, maybe some pictures or other files. How can I check this?

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marked as duplicate by Chopper3 Mar 14 '11 at 15:41

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

You can have a look in \inetpub\log\logfiles and you can analyse it with Splunk (which may be over kill), or if its small enough, look through and analyse yourself, or perhaps load it into Excel or something.

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