Part A: Configuring log files
1. Launch Internet Information Services snap in.
2. Expand 'Servername' | Sites and click on the Default Website (typically this is where the OWA website is installed).
3. In the middle pane double click the Logging icon.
4. Under the 'Log File' section click on 'Select Fields'
The following 'W3C Logging Fields' need to be selected.
Client IP Address ( c-ip )
User Name ( cs-username )
Method ( cs-method )
URI Stem ( cs-uri-stem )
URI Query (cs-uri-query)
Protocol Status ( sc-status )
User Agent ( cs(User-Agent) )
Bytes Sent (sc-bytes)
Bytes Received (cs-bytes)
Time Taken (time-taken)
Cookie ( cs(Cookie) )
Referer ( cs(Referer) )
Part B. Configuring collection.
1 Click the gear icon on the home page side bar.
2 Click Data Collection.
3 Click + beside the name of the target environment.
4 Select the Exchange IIS Logs check box.
5 Enable the data collection for this data source.
6 Specify the Windows credentials to be used for the LDAP connection to Active Directory.
7 Enter the path location for the IIS log files that you want to collect. The Exchange ActiveSync IIS log files are located either in user-created file
shares or in the IIS log directories of your Exchange Client Access Servers (CAS) for the Front end logs and Mailbox Servers for your Backend
Logs. By default, IIS log files are located in the following directory paths: For Frontend Logs \\CASServerName\ c$\inetpub\logs\LogFiles\W3SVC1).
For Backend Logs: \\MalboxServerName\ c$\inetpub\logs\LogFiles\W3SVC2)
8 Enter the credentials needed to access the Exchange server that hosts the log files.