IIS Server Audit Event: 1133

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IIS » 1133: W3SVC WS03 event centralized and W3C logging enabled

1133: W3SVC WS03 event centralized and W3C logging enabled  

The IIS World Wide Web Publishing Service is responsible for managing the HTTP protocol and HTTP performance counters. An IIS web server can be configured for site, central binary, or central W3C logging. 

Event 1133 is generated when the W3SVC has both centralized binary logging and centralized W3C logging enabled. Since only one type of logging can be enabled at a time, the system would default to central W3C logging.   

How could you resolve this situation?

Only one type of logging can be enabled at a time. So you would need to configure either W3C or binary logging.

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