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For SEO-related issues, we have chosen to utilize sub domains to assist our rankings and so on within a particular internal project we have recently produced and launched.
Yesterday though, amidst setting up Webtrends reporting on this particular website, I ran into some issues. Because we are using sub domains, our server is set up to use a different IP address per site (I configured IIS to see each sub domain as it's own website). We are running NT 4.0 as a server, and have IIS as the management console. And, when I attempt to accumulate all of the log files, Webtrends gives me an error saying that it appears as though I am combining logs from various websites into one report, and that I need add-on software. Which, I cannot purchase because our Webtrends license is used on a colocated server that we lease out.
So, is there a way to fool WT into reporting them all as one? I know that it is helpful to see them separately anyways, but I am simply curious as I would like to get a quick view automated for my morning stat-checking...
Also, does anyone know how to reliably block out all reporting of code-red related requests? I had thought that using an exclusion filter and excluding *.ida and *.exe would be perfect, but it seemingly only works on ONE site profile. Not good!
Thanks in advance to anyone who may be of assistance!
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You could edit the log file to replace the "Computer name" and "IP address of server" fields with a constant values for all of your subdomains.
The IIS log format is documented here [microsoft.com]