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I'm a Network Administrator and would like to know how can I monitor a PC's Internet sites from the LAN?
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You want to know what sites a user is viewing?? If so you can download a nice program here http://softseek.com/Utilities/Networking/Internet_Related/Review_18735_index.html
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Or for a free util try www.ntop.org. They have a Windows and a Linux version
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