Exchange Server 2013/2016 EWS Logging Configuration

Up until Mid/Late Exchange 2010, all EWS logging was saved in the query string field in IIS logs. However, due to the amount of logging that is sometimes needed for troubleshooting etc., the location  was moved. This allowed more detailed logging without unnecessarily bloating the single IIS log field. The new default location is as follows:…

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LPS: Custom Field Extraction

I may have mentioned this before but I use it so often, I think it deserves it's own post. I am often faced (as in very often) with a single field of data that has lots of disparate bits of data embedded within it. A perfect example is the cs-uri-query field contained in IIS logs, especially where Exchange…

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Log Parser Studio V2 Updated (12/11/2013)

The latest bits for LPS 2.0 are now available. This update contains a number of small fixes and enhancements including the promised fix of enabling the "Use Double Quotes" option for IIS Advanced Logging. The latest bits and associated links are below.  Download the latest version of LPS: http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Log-Parser-Studio-cd458765   There is also the ability…

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Log Parser Studio 2.0 Released!

After quite a bit of blood, sweat and tears, LPS 2.0 was released today. A large number of improvements have been made since V1. When considering improvements many were the result of either feedback from engineers and customers or, removing workflow barriers whenever I ran into them. In other words since I use LPS everyday I…

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