Database-driven, bt-LogAnalyzer reports on all outbound Web activity to generate categorized reports. This diagnostic business tool was designed to identify risks associated with your Internet security, employees, productivity, and network resources in time to take corrective action. Key features include Active Directory support; replication (LA SE™); remote management; distributed report processing for multiple servers/multiple locations; reports by category, user, group or OU; scheduling for automatic report generation and delivery; ability to extract a single data file for a specific period and generate the desired report; scalability, flexibility and customization are all key components of bt-LogAnalyzer.
bt-LogAnalyzer supports Microsoft ISA/TMG, Exchange 2007 & 2010 message logs, SQL 2005/2008 and SQL 2008 R2, BlueCoat, IronPort, WatchGuard, SonicWALL, Squid, and the ability to map, configure and report on custom proxy log formats. Try our fully functional evaluation today.
February 28, 2005 -
LogAnalyzer: Easy to Use
by Amy Babinchak,
Product Rating: 5/5
Easy to Use. Log list of pre-configured reports. Simple to create custom reports. We have the report runs scheduled and automatically emailed to the manager for review. Couldn't be simpler.
March 17, 2003 -
by Christophe Lambert,
I wanted to print a report on my ISA server activity and I could print the report 15 minutes after the download ! Definately a good product.
December 19, 2002 -
by Chris Gregory,
This tool is one of the best I have seen for ISA reporting! Not to mention that it handles multiple log sources and extends ISA servers reporting functions. Not to mention it can also help with Exchange MTA logs as well.
August 14, 2002 -
by Shawn O'Leary,
This is a must have tool for anyone using ISA server. It is rock solid, stable, and much more flexible and detailed than the built in ISA reporting tools. Can e-mail daily, weekly or monthly reports, export to html, or xml. Definately one of my most valuable tools.
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