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    ISA server logs

    just a quick one.

    is it ok to delete the isa server log files located in
    c:\program files\microsoft isa server\isalogs\

    just found that they are taking up rather alot of space and could really do to get rid of them if possible.

    i know they are only log files just wanted to make sure first before i do anything!

    cheers
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    Re: ISA server logs

    You can delete them with no issues. ISA is set by default to delete log files after a set amount of time anyway

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    Re: ISA server logs

    But you might want to make sure you keep a certain amount of time for legality reasons.
    You're meant to be able to find out what your students were looking at to make sure you're keeping them safe.

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    Re: ISA server logs

    i've also got surfcontrol on the same box which i presume keeps everything in its own database?

    just had a securus box put in today for a trail so far very impressed, simple to roll out (very small msi package) i'll let you alll know how it goes

    many thanks

    kris

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    Re: ISA server logs

    I don't know to be honest, isn't there different versions of SurfControl? A Stand-alone and an ISA plugin?

    I'd think the stand-alone would keep it's own logs and the ISA plugin would use the ISA ones. Pure speculation though to be honest.



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