The VPN Client saves the information to the Client install directory, which by default is the pathname Program Files\Cisco Systems VPN Client\VPN Client\Logs. The default file name includes the word "LOG" and is based on the date and time (in 24-hour format) that the log file was created; for example, LOG-yyyy-MM-dd-hh-mm-ss.txt. This new format complies with the ISO 8601 extended specification for representations of dates and times and avoids issues with localization. The new log file names have a chronological order that is the same as their alphanumeric order. This provides for a method of enumerating only the log files generated by the GUI.
You could log your VPN events to a syslog server; thats what I do. So I can go back and see what time and from what IP a user connected, what internal IP they were assigned, and when they disconnected.
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