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HTTP Logging

Running Windows SBS 2003...

I've recently been asked to begin logging all web usage for our company.  In looking around at what's available, it seems that there are a couple open-source solutions (most notably Squid), as well as commercial options (like ISA by Microsoft).

My question is, has anyone here setup and configured a HTTP Proxy server that will log all activity on a per-user basis, as well as store this information someplace so it's easy to generate some sort of report (for example, what websites did user X go to on some specific date). I would like it to be as transparent to the users as possible.

Any suggestions... I want to spread the points around to everybody that helps me out.

Thanks!
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saexpress
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dgroscostCommented:
I use Websense, and the reporting is excellent.  Security is great, options are great.  Not free tho.

ISA is great as well.
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