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How can I know how many users are using a IIS server, and who are them (IP, etc)? There is a tool for showing these kind of stats?



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SmarterStats is a great tool. It's free for a single site, and very affordable for multiple sites.

For advanced troubleshooting Log Parser is the way to go.

Ok! thanks... I'll try this software! – darth_alexious Apr 13 '11 at 18:11

You might also want to loook at IISView

thanks! I'll take a look... (I didn't vote you up because I'm not able yet!) – darth_alexious Apr 15 '11 at 12:38

Current version of IISView is available at


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