On the Start menu, point to
Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then
click Internet Services Manager.
Go to the virtual IIS server on which the Instant Messaging
server is hosted.
Right-click the site, and then select Properties.
On the Web Site tab, in Enable Logging, select
one of the following formats from the drop-down list in Active
Microsoft IIS Log File Format
NCSA Common Log File Format
W3C Extended Log File Format
If you chose the W3C Extended Log File Format, you can
use the tabs in Extended Logging Properties to customize the
Instant Messaging protocol log.
On the Extended Properties tab, here are some useful
properties you can log:
Date (date) The day a particular request is made.
Time (time) The time a particular request, such as a
change in presence information (busy, away, and so on), is
Client IP Address (c-ip) The Instant Messaging client IP
Method (cs-method) The protocol command, or method, sent
by the client.
Protocol Status (sc-status) The protocol status code for
the request; for example, code 200 indicates the request was
accepted by the Instant Messaging server; code 401 indicates the
request was denied.