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Hi,

I have windows 2000 advanced server with active directory installed and 35 windows 2000 professional clients.I want to configure my clients so that whatever they do on their system all the details comes to my server in some log files.For. ex. if someuser open any illegal web site then this entry entered in the log that following user opened website at what time and from which computer and also I can access desktop of the clients.
How is this possible through which software I could do this type of work.
I really need the answer of this question.I would appreciate if someone assist me on this topic.

Regards.

Anurag.
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websense! it rocks and the reporter tells you what everyone has been up to :)

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To open the desktop of the client use VNC http://www.realvnc.com/ or http://www.tightvnc.com/
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I have used WebSense and iPrism and I personally like the iPrism appliance. MUCH easier to install and maintain...

http://www.stbernard.com
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thats a new one on me :) theres also a system called IRIS that monitors IP packets and lets you know whos going where
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We use iPrism at work also.  Good product.
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Iris is more of a packet analyzer that will rebuild a webpage.

I just got out of a meeting with WebSense about 10 minutes ago.  We're also looking at SurfControl  http://www.surfcontrol.com/

Back in the day of Proxy Server 2.0 there were some 3rd party plugins you could buy that would do it.  You could also just look at firewall logs.
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