Log OWA Logins

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I'm wondering if anyone had a fast way to log OWA 2003 logins. I'm thinking to edit logon.asp to create a log file because IIS logs don't give me any information since we use a VPN to access OWA. Is there a better way to do this?

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  • Robert Stewart
    Quick question, just wondering why OWA through the vpn, does the vpn hook to a domain desktop or something?? I guess my question is, is there no outlook client with excahnge on the vpn you are connecting to?? Or is it that even if there was a vpn the outlook client would not create the same logs your looking for?? Just wondering, hope I'm not too confused or confusing??
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  • mshen
    I'm not talking about a traditional tunnel VPN. We use a Juniper SA-2000 SSL VPN. It is a web-based VPN where we have granular control on user access to websites and a Cisco like client if they need a VPN tunnel. From an OWA standpoint you can think of it as replacing the Front-end Exchange server which eliminates any vulnerabilities when opening IIS or Apache servers directly to the internet. Most users are restricted to only OWA and other local sites so they don't use tunnel VPN capabilities.
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  • Robert Stewart
    Thus the reason for them not connecting to a traditonal Outlook client on the other side of the VPN, I see said the blind man. Thanks for clarifying just wondering why they were not opening an outlook client instead of using OWA. The outlook client would surely give the exchange serve the correct logs your looking for but you are not using client side as stated sorry to waste your time. I hope you get your answer.
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  • Technochic
    What about enabling rpc over http(s) instead? Is that a viable option?
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  • mshen
    No, I would much rather have remote users use OWA.
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  • mshen
    I appreciate the post Robert. It's no waste of time to ask for feedback on a question.
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  • Robert Stewart
    Thanks sir I learn alot from reading these posts
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