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    IIS Logs from HAP

    This is a fairly low-priority request: I use the IIS logs (located in inetpub\logs\LogFiles\W3SVC1) to work out who has been logging into HAP and what they've done (eg. upload or download).

    The logs can tell me:
    (a) who logged in, when and from what IP address
    (b) who downloaded what, when and from what IP address

    What the logs don't tell me:
    (a) Who uploaded what (plus when and where from)

    Is it possible to get the IIS logs to report uploads as well as logins and downloads?

    Thanks

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    That should be reported to the Application Event log on the server, though you may need a SQL server to set for the logon tracker so HAP+ reports to that.

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