Performance is always an issue – we want everything on the network to happen instantaneously (or at least our users do) – but security often results in slowing things down. So we’re always looking for ways to optimize performance without compromising security. One thing you can do is cut down on “log pollution” and improve performance by disabling logging for particular access rules.
You can always count on Richard Hicks to steer you right, and in this article over on his TMG blog, he shows you how to do this, despite the error message that you get when you try to make such a change. Check it out here: