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Microsoft® Exchange Server 2010 Inside Out by Tony Redmond

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RPC Client Access logging

By default, Exchange maintains a protocol log for the RPC Client Access service. You can review this log to discover information about incoming client connections and perhaps help in troubleshooting problems with connections. Logging is controlled by settings in the RCA service configuration file (Microsoft.Exchange.RpcClientAccess.Service.exe.config) located in the Exchange binaries directory. Like the other similar configuration files used by other Exchange services, you have to edit the configuration file with a text editor and then restart the service to make the change effective.

If you go through the RCA configuration file shown in the following code sample, you can see the major settings that can be tweaked. As ...

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