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By Simon@SRN ·
Is there an easy way to locally log which websites a PC accesses?

Im working for a small company who want to monitor web access, but not to block any of it. As that would be time consuming and therefore expensive to implement. They have a groupof 4 Win95 & Win98 PC's with they have broadband internt access through a modem router that has no logging capabilities.

I guess need a (free) program that sits on the local machine an monitors webaccess to a file which the manager could accesslater. Does anyone know of such a program, or another way to do it for that matter?

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by Cactus Pete In reply to Logging website access

If the users are not logging in to a domain, or even locally, as their own username, then just sit down and look at the history.

In IE, you can use CTRL-H, or View/Explorer Bar/History.

For monitoring software, here's a search I hit:

http://download.com.com/3120-2001-0-1-0.html?qt=monitor%2Binternet&author=&titlename=&desc=&dlcount=&daysback=&swlink=&os=117&li=49&dlsize=&ca=

Take out any spaces from the posted URL.

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by Simon@SRN In reply to Logging website access

kinda helped, and nobody else has offered anything.

Thanks

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