In the console tree of ISA Server Management, click
In the details pane, click the Logging tab.
On the Tasks tab, select the appropriate task:
Configure Firewall Logging. To configure the location of
the Firewall log.
Configure Web Proxy Logging. To configure the location
of the Web Proxy log.
On the Log tab, click MSDE Database.
(Optional) Click Options to confirm or modify the
ISALogs folder or This folder. To select the
location of the log file.
Delete files older than (days). Specify the number of
days to keep log files before they are automatically deleted.
For more information about monitoring, logging, and reporting,
see Monitoring, Logging, and Reporting Concepts in ISA
Server 2006 at the Microsoft
ISA Server TechCenter Web site(http://www.microsoft.com).
To open ISA Server Management, click Start, point to
All Programs, point to Microsoft ISA Server, and then
click ISA Server Management.
For ISA Server 2006 Enterprise Edition, expand
Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration
Server 2006, expand Arrays, expand
Array_Name, and then click Monitoring.
For ISA Server 2006 Standard Edition, expand Microsoft
Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2006, expand
Server_Name, and then click Monitoring.
If you delete a Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Desktop
Engine (MSDE 2000) database file without first detaching it
from MSDE 2000, the offline log viewer might not run queries
as expected. ISA Server supports an automatic clean up of database
files, but to delete a file manually, detach it from MSDE 2000
before deletion. To detach a database from a server, type the
following at a command prompt:
OSQL -S <computer_name>\MSFW -E
Drop database <database_name>
When you specify the log file folder location, you can specify
an environment variable. For example, you can specify
%logDirectory%. If the specified folder does not exist, ISA
Server will warn you that the specified location is not valid and
will try to create the folder. If ISA Server cannot create the
folder, the service will be started.
When you move the log files to another folder or partition, you
need to make sure that the Network Service account has at least
read permissions from the root partition and any parent folder to
the ISA Server log file folder. For the log file folder, the
following permissions are required: