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minoukat

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Jul 6, 2001
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Ottawa, Ontario
OK, how do you find out how many visitors you're getting on a web page ? And, how do you find out their specs/IP/anything about them ? I know it can be done (to find out what OS they're using, what version of IE, ...) but I donno how ... anyone wanna help ?
 
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minoukat

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Jul 6, 2001
Location
Ottawa, Ontario
duh, forgot to say this : I'm running this webserver off my desktop, that's running Windows 2000 PRO. So, I don,t think there is a CPanel. And, as it's my own "server" I don't know which files to parse or whatever to know the activity I'm getting ....
 

DaFonz

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Jul 17, 2004
You have a couple choices

a) Use a freeware counter
b) Use some sort of scripting language to log visitors
c) Analyse your log files using a program like webtrends. I can't remember off the top of my head where the IIS logs are stored, but I believe it's somewhere in the windows dir.