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I have a lynksys D-LINK that my company uses to get onto the internet. What I want to do is have a list generated of every website that people access. Is there anyway i can do this? A program? Anything???

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There are a few ways to do this.  One is to have all traffic go through a proxy firewall before it even gets to your D-LINK, and capture the logs from the proxy.  There are several that do this.

Another way is by getting a logging program that would be installed on everyone's PC.  That would be a pain in the fundament to manage.

There may be other ways.  I'd personally go with a proxy.
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Make sure you copy and paste the whole URL.
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Thanks man thats what i was looking for...
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