Plesk for Windows services logs and configuration files

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    Ravi Gupta

    Well, it would be like this i wasn't expecting. But still, helpful.

    Thanks and regards

    Ravi

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    Unknown User

    Thanks For sharing ,it really helps ...

    Thanks and regards

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    David Jhonson

    Really helpful article.

    Regards

    David

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    Nucleus Inc. NOC

    what is the location for let's encrypt for plesk 17.8 running on windows.

     

    Thanks

     

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    Taras Ermoshin

    Hi @Nucleus Inc. NOC!

    Plesk's Let's Encrypt extension logs its errors and actions into the Plesk's log file %plesk_dir%\admin\logs\php_error.log

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    Pdiotis

    Hi,

    we noticed the following on Plesk Onyx 17.5.3:

    When we check the path mentioned in this article (%plesk_vhosts%Servers) by typing it on a Windows Explorer we are redirected to D:\CustomerData\Servers\1108\logs. In here, there's a FTPSVC1108 directory with logs.

    However, if we check IIS (on the root level) for FTP logging, the directory mentioned is C:\inetpub\logs\LogFiles and indeed we see this directory: C:\inetpub\logs\LogFiles\FTPSVC1206

    Is this normal? Which is the valid/actual directory for our customers' FTP logs?

    Thank you.

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    Bulat Tsydenov

    @Pdiotis

    Hi,

    Indeed, it may happen so if you customise the location of virtual hosts (domains).

    > Which is the valid/actual directory for our customers' FTP logs?
    You should rely on the setting in IIS.

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