Managing Your Remote Access Server
RRAS server management is generally pretty easy because, in most cases, there’s not much to manage. You set up the server, and it answers calls. You’ll probably find it necessary to monitor the server’s ongoing activity, however, and you may find it necessary to log activity for accounting or security purposes.
You can monitor your server’s activity in a number of ways, including having the server keep local copies of its logs or having it send logging data to a remote RADIUS server. In addition, you can monitor the current status of any of the ports on your system.
Microsoft’s documentation distinguishes between event logging, which records significant things that happen such as the RRAS service starting up ...