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  • Checking User's Internet Histories

    I work as the "computer guy" for an elementary school. We recently had an issue come up where we need to find out what websites some of the kids have been visiting. The problem is, the Internet History is stored, with their roaming profiles, on a remote server. So far, the only way I can find to view their History would be to log in to the computer as each child and search them one by one. Is there a faster or more efficient way to do this? I do have access to the network directory that contains all the kids' profiles, but the History is not text-readable. Thank you for any suggestions.

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    you could use a proxy like isa. it monitors and keep an log on the visits sites...
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    • #3
      Well, we do have an activity monitor at the upper levels, but I don't know which computer that I need to check ... I was hoping for a way to go through the Internet Explorer histories. Thanks, though.

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      • #4
        Hi, the man befor ewas right, install ISA or Linux Proxy and configure an AD Security group to be allowed for Inet, then you will see very intresting things A-Z by user and not by PC
        good luck

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