SmartConnector for Microsoft IIS Multiple Server File

SmartConnector for Microsoft IIS Multiple Server File



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As per , can you please make sure the documentation is clear that the log folder should NOT include W3SVC1, but be the parent folder.

Documentation and screenshot is misleading.

To support team

how we map X-Forwarded-For . what thas mean the maping:

Address source==> oneOf ( c-ip, X-Forwarded-For)  that is mean the field IIS msu called OneOf?

It is not obvious!

thanks to your helpd


I need to add a new Wildcard to the connector(version 7.15) as it only has 3 types : u_ex*.log, ex*.log and httperr*.log. What I need is to add a new type u_in*.log. I know it is done from but I don't know exactly how to add a new one.

Can you please help me with this?



Hey @asc84  did you follow steps in the guide already?

if you have any further issue, just call out for help.

<update> sorry... p 13 of the MicrosoftIISMultiServerConfig.pdf Shows basically the concept. You need to call runagentsetup to make the config change or connect via arcMC to the connector (if remote-Management is configured/ you run on an appliance) and then modify the parameters of the connector; no need to touch the manually.






Thank you for your help.
But in the drop-down menu when configuring the connector there is no u_in*.log type.

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