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What Spyware should I use on a windows 2003 terminal services box?

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We are implementing several terminal services(TS) 2003 services. Users will surf the net though IE on the TS server. What Spyware should I use on the windows 2003 terminal services boxs?
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I use pestpatrol http://www.pestpatrol.com/ works great!
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you run it in a Terminal Services Server?
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I yes running in application mode.
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Make sure you test it for your enviornment though - I did in VMware.
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VM ware?
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I tested it on a server running in VMware http://www.vmware.com/index.html in application mode works good for me.  
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You should really take a look at WPS from Apreo www.apreo.com

Nice management features and little resource overhead. It also enfoirces policies on media files, write capabililties, execute capabilities and will monitor actual browse time and location (active window)
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